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Control of bovine fascioliasis in the Czech Socialist Republic 1970-1985


, : Control of bovine fascioliasis in the Czech Socialist Republic 1970-1985. Veterinarni Medicina 32(11): 695-704

In 1970, when the control programme started, hepatic lesions and flukes were found in 5.2% of slaughtered cattle; 15 years later, in 1985, they were found in only 0.7%. Similarly, 2789 farms were infested in 1970 (38.2%), and only 8.5% in 1985.

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