Kamińska, Katarzyna; de Oedenberg, Henryk Geringer; Neuberg, Katarzyna; Pasicka, Edyta; Popiołek, Marcin; Płodzich, Justyna
July 2008
Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego we Wroclawiu: Biolog;2008, Vol. 57 Issue 567, p109
Academic Journal
The aim of study was evaluation of species horse's nematodes in three studs (different system of husbandry). It was analysed elementary parasites indices and checked efficacy of antyhelmintic threatments. Among 135 samples 41 % were infected by four species of nematodes: Strongyloides westerii, Trichostrongylus axei, Parascaris equorum, Dictyocaulus arnfieldi. Mean of faecal egg count was 160,5 EPG, range 100-900 EPG. The efficacy of Noromectin and Eqvest was very high - 100% whereas Abamitel Plus was 80%.


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