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Record number 426400
Title An experimental field study on the build up of lungworm infections in cattle
Author(s) Eysker, M.; Boersema, J.H.; Cornelissen, J.B.W.J.; Kooyman, F.N.J.; Leeuw, W.A. de; Saatkamp, H.W.
Source Veterinary Quarterly 16 (1994)3. - ISSN 0165-2176 - p. 144 - 147.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/01652176.1994.9694437
Department(s) ID Lelystad, Institute for Animal Science and Health
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 1994
Abstract The build up of lungworm infections was studied in four groups of calves. Calves of Group 1 were infected experimentally with 6 x 10 larvae during the first 3 weeks after turnout. The pasture of Group 2 was contaminated with approximately 35,000 larvae in June and the pasture of Group 3 with approximately 1.3 million larvae in August. Group 4 served as the helminth free control group for challenge infections with 5,000 larvae in October. In Group 1 faecal larval counts increased 5 weeks after the beginning of patency and decreased after another 3 weeks, indicating the development of immunity after the second lungworm generation. In contrast, the development of immunity in Groups 2 and 3 occurred after the first lungworm generation as maximal faecal larval counts were seen within 3.5 weeks after the beginning of patency. Infection levels were highest in Group 3 which was the only group showing clinical signs. These signs became worse after oxfendazole treatment.
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