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Effects of concentrate intake of grazing lambs on gastrointestinal parasitism by strongylids



Effects of concentrate intake of grazing lambs on gastrointestinal parasitism by strongylids



Reproduction, Nutrition, Developpement 28(1): 85-86



Unweaned lambs on pasture which were given free access to a supplement of maize grain had a greater growth rate and a lower rate of infestation with strongylid parasites than did lambs not given the supplememt.

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