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Feasibility of herbage sampling in large extensive pastures and availability of cattle nematode infective larvae in mountain pastures



Feasibility of herbage sampling in large extensive pastures and availability of cattle nematode infective larvae in mountain pastures



Veterinary parasitology 10(1): 57-64



Cattle nematodes, feasibility of herbage sampling in large extensive pastures, availability of infective larvae on mountain pastures: France

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DOI: 10.1016/0304-4017(82)90007-3


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