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Record number 362702
Title Shedding consistency of strongyle-type eggs in dutch boarding horses
Author(s) Dopfer, D.D.V.; Kerssens, C.M.; Meijer, Y.G.M.; Boersema, J.H.; Eysker, M.
Source Veterinary Parasitology 124 (2004)3-4. - ISSN 0304-4017 - p. 249 - 258.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vetpar.2004.06.028
Department(s) ID - Infectieziekten
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2004
Keyword(s) anthelmintic resistance - nematode infections - chemotherapy
Abstract Faeces of 484 horses were sampled twice with an interval of 6 weeks while anthelmintic therapy was halted. Faecal eggs counts revealed that 267 (55.2%) horses had consistently low numbers of eggs per gram faeces (EPG) (EPG <100 or = 100), 155 (32.0%) horses had consistently high EPGs (EPG > 100). Horses with consistently high EPGs were more often mares with access to pasture, aged less than 6 or more than 23 years, that were dewormed at intervals longer than 6 months, and were treated for the last time more than 3 months before the start of the study. Horses with consistently low EPGs were more often male horses with no or limited access to pasture, that were dewormed at maximally 6-month intervals, and were aged between 6 and 23 years. The results are an indication that some horses have consistently low EPGs and perhaps could be used as non-treated animals in a selective anthelmintic treatment scheme aimed at the prevention of the development of anthelmintic resistance.
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