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Control of dictyocauliasis in sheep

, : Control of dictyocauliasis in sheep. Veterinariya, Moscow (7): 51-54

Various control programmes, suitable for eradicating dictyocauliasis on different types of sheep farms, which rely on husbandry techniques, pasture management and anthelmintic treatments are reviewed. 4 schedules were evaluated in the Kursk region, USSR.

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