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Seasonal Incidence of Caprine Gastrointestinal Nematodosis

Amrita Singh, G.C.Hazarika*, A.Phukan1 and P.Hussain.

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Abstract
A total of 157 goats, irrespective of sex, breed and age from an organized farm were screened for gastrointestinal nematode infection for a period of one year i.e. from February 2006 to January 2007. Occurances of G.I. nematodes in different age group were also studied. The goats below 1 year were found to carry significantly higher nematode burden than the goats of 1-3 years and above 3 years of age. In strongyle groups, the parasites were recorded as Haemonchus, Oesophegastomum, Trichostrongylus, Strongyloides,
Bunostomum and Cooperia. Prevalence of Strongyle infection was higher in monsoon season in goats below one year of age. Non-occurrence of Trichuris spp in winter season was also recorded. Ivermectin @ 10 mg/30 kg. Body weight orally as single dose was found to be most effective for treatment of gastrointestinal nematodosis.

Key words: Nematode, Gastro-intestinal, Haemonchus, Oesophegastomum, Trichuris, Ivermectin, Helminth.



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Singh A, , P.Hussain Aa. Seasonal Incidence of Caprine Gastrointestinal Nematodosis. Vet World. 2010; 3(7): 321-322.



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Singh A, , P.Hussain Aa. Seasonal Incidence of Caprine Gastrointestinal Nematodosis. Vet World. 2010; 3(7): 321-322.



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Singh A, , P.Hussain Aa. Seasonal Incidence of Caprine Gastrointestinal Nematodosis. Vet World. (2010), [cited October 23, 2014]; 3(7): 321-322.



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Singh, A., & P.Hussain, A. a. (2010) Seasonal Incidence of Caprine Gastrointestinal Nematodosis. Vet World, 3 (7), 321-322.



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Singh, Amrita, G.C.Hazarika*, and A.Phukan1 and P.Hussain. 2010. Seasonal Incidence of Caprine Gastrointestinal Nematodosis. Veterinary World, 3 (7), 321-322.



Chicago Style

Singh, Amrita, G.C.Hazarika*, and A.Phukan1 and P.Hussain. "Seasonal Incidence of Caprine Gastrointestinal Nematodosis." Veterinary World 3 (2010), 321-322.



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Singh, Amrita, G.C.Hazarika*, and A.Phukan1 and P.Hussain. "Seasonal Incidence of Caprine Gastrointestinal Nematodosis." Veterinary World 3.7 (2010), 321-322. Print.



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Singh, A., & P.Hussain, A. a. (2010) Seasonal Incidence of Caprine Gastrointestinal Nematodosis. Veterinary World, 3 (7), 321-322.



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