2 edition of Gastrointestinal parasites in sheep on lowland pastures in eastern Norway. found in the catalog.
Gastrointestinal parasites in sheep on lowland pastures in eastern Norway.
|Series||Acta veterinaria Scandinavica. Supplementum, 34|
|LC Classifications||SF604 .A25 no. 34, SF969.P3 .A25 no. 34|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||74179905|
Nutrition--parasite interactions in sheep: future research priorities J.W. Steel1 and M.R. Knox 2 1 2 CSIRO Livestock Industries, PO Box , North Ryde NSW CSIRO Livestock Industries, FD McMaster Laboratory -- Chiswick, Locked Bag 1, Armidale NSW @ Summary The increasing problem of resistance of parasitic nematodes to anthelmintic chemicals has stimulated. Gastrointestinal nematode control practices on lowland sheep farms in Ireland with reference to selection for anthelmintic resistance the purpose of this study was to obtain information on parasite control strategies on lowland sheep farms that would inform dialogue on sustainable parasite control practices. The results of the questionnaire Cited by:
A range of gastrointestinal worms are commonly found in cattle, sheep and goats in Australia. The types of gastrointestinal worms present on a property can vary between regions, with some worms more suited to hot, humid conditions in northern Australia and others to cooler conditions in . Northeast Pasture Research and Extension Consortium Ramada Conference Center and Inn State College, Pennsylvania February , Session 2 Control of Intestinal Parasites in Camelids and Small Ruminants Dr. Stephen Purdy, Executive Director of Animal Management, Center for Agriculture and Director of Camelid Studies at the University of Massachusetts Prevention .
Ewes and lambs are normally put on fenced spring pastures one or more weeks after lambing. After a few weeks, the ewes and lambs are moved to common rangeland pastures in the mountains or forests. The densities of sheep on mountain pastures in Norway vary between 10 and 80 animals per km by: Almost all sheep are infected with one or more of these nematodes, but the intensity of infection and clinical signs associated with disease can vary considerably .The severity of disease is mainly influenced by factors such as the parasite species present, the number of worms present in the gastrointestinal tract, the general health and immunological state of the host, and environmental.
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Gastrointestinal parasites in sheep on lowland pastures in eastern Norway. The epizootiology, pathogenicity and control of helminths and coccidia in sheep in eastern Norway, where sheep are housed for over 6 months in winter, was by: 5. Acta Vet Scand Suppl.
;Suppl Gastrointestinal parasites in sheep on lowland pastures in eastern Norway. Helle O. PMID: Cited by: 5. Seasonal changes in pasture populations of infective larvae of gastro-intestinal nematodes of cattle in eastern Nigeria.
Res. Vet. Sci., Chiejina, S.N., Fakae, B.B. and Eze, P.I., Development and survival of free living stages of gastrointestinal nematodes of sheep and goats on pasture in the Nigerian derived savanna.
Vet. by: animals to new pasture (or, using electric fence, onto new sections of pasture) every days. Once a pasture has been grazed, if you mow it short and remove the clipped forage, exposure to sunlight for weeks will dry out and kill many of the remaining parasite larvae, making the pasture safer for sheep and goats to return to graze.
Gastrointestinal parasites as a threat to grazing sheep Bangladesh Bunostomum spp. n.i. – Fasciola gigantica (70) Strongyle-type Paramphistomum spp. Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association 57–61 () 57 Condensed tannins and gastro-intestinal parasites in sheep A.L.
MOLAN*, G.C. WAGHORN and W.C. McNABB Nutrition Group, AgResearch Grasslands Research Centre, Private Bag A coprological examination of grazing sheep was performed in Eastern Serbia from March to November in order to determine the presence of gastrointestinal (GI) nematode parasites.
A study on GIT parasites of small ruminants was conducted from November to May in and around Bedelle with the objectives to determine the major GIT parasites and their prevalence in sheep and goats. In this study, a total of fecal samples ( sheep and goats) were collected for qualitative and quantitative fecal examinations and 43 post mortem examinations in butcher house Cited by: Impact of gastrointestinal parasitic nematodes of sheep, and the role of advanced molecular tools for exploring epidemiology and drug resistance - An Australian R E V I E W Open Access.
Aim: To study the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in sheep and goats of Mathura region. Materials and Methods: A total of faecal samples collected from three different farms were examined by direct smear, Willi's floatation and sedimentation techniques.
Quantitative examination was done by McMaster's technique. The low occurrence of parasites in goats can be due to the fact that the adult goats do not share pastures with the kids, as is the case with sheep and lambs.
The most frequently occurring. Gastro intestinal parasites of sheep on lowland pastures in Eastern Norway.” Acta. Vet. Scand. Suppl. Pasture management.
The scientific management of pasture is an effective way to control internal parasites in grazing livestock (Stuedemann et al. ).Ideally, the animals are allowed to graze clean or new pasture to fetch maximum productivity from by: With some evidence of anthelmintic resistant parasites in Ireland [5–8] and no published information on parasite control strategies used by Irish sheep producers, the purpose of this study was to obtain information on parasite control strategies on lowland sheep farms that would inform dialogue on sustainable parasite control practices.
The results of the questionnaire are outlined with emphasis on farm details and on grazing management and parasite treatment by: The gastrointestinal parasites found and their prevalences in sheep (S) and in goats (G) were as follows: strongyle % (S), % (G); Eimeria % (S), % (G); Strongyloides, % (S), % (G); Fasciola, % (S), % (G); Trichuris, % Cited by: The present study investigated the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in sheep and goats in lowland and highland regions of Papua New Guinea (PNG).
grazed sheep pasture in the Eastern. Control of Internal Parasites in Sheep and Goats. Sheep and Goats Get Lots of Parasites. •External – Lice – Mange – Keds – Fly larvae •Internal – Protozoal (cryptosporidia, coccidia) – Tapeworms – intermediate and definitive host – Nematodes – Liver flukes.
Size: 1MB. The gastrointestinal egg types identified in goats raised in the two communities were strongyle, coccidia, Strongyloides and Trichostrongylus. There was a significant difference in prevalence of strongyles between the communities ( ± for NK and ± for QA) whilst there were no differences between the communities in prevalence of the other by: This book provides an over-arching view of past, present and suggested future strategies for control of gastrointestinal nematode parasites in sheep and cattle.
The book begins with descriptions of the biology of gastrointestinal nematodes, the harm they cause to the host and their economic impact. The main body of the book deals with the. In Norway, small ruminant farming is a sustainable production system adapted to local ecological and economic constraints (Austrheim et al., ).The main regions for small ruminant farming are the coastal and inland regions in southern Norway and Troms and Nordland counties in northern Norway ().These three regions include 26%, 40% and 14% of all sheep in Norway and 17%, 28% and 35% of all Cited by:.
This book provides an over-arching view of past, present and suggested future strategies for control of gastrointestinal nematode parasites in sheep and cattle. The book begins with descriptions of the biology of gastrointestinal nematodes, the harm they cause to the host and their economic impact.
The main body of the book deals with the Cited by: A study on the epidemiology and seasonal dynamics of gastrointestinal nematode infections of sheep was carried out in a semi-arid region of eastern Ethiopia for years (May to September ).Gastrointestinal parasites of livestock cause diseases of important socio-economic concern worldwide.
The present study investigated the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in sheep and goats in lowland and highland regions of Papua New Guinea (PNG).Cited by: