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Studies on the occurrence of parasite eggs, oocysts, and larvae in cattle faeces and manure, and of larvae on pasture where manure has been spread

, : Studies on the occurrence of parasite eggs, oocysts, and larvae in cattle faeces and manure, and of larvae on pasture where manure has been spread. Nordisk Veterinaermedicin 26(3): 151-164

In 1970-71, 8 herds of cattle with solid-manure and 11 with liquid-manure handling from 4 areas of Sweden were subjected to faecal examination for parasite larval stages. Faecal samples were taken from 559 cows, 1,116 yearlings and 307 calves.


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