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Seasonal dynamics of infestation cycle of Ascaris suum (Goeze 1782). II. Seasonal dynamics of the distribution rate and the worm burden of Ascaris suum (Goeze, 1782)



Seasonal dynamics of infestation cycle of Ascaris suum (Goeze 1782). II. Seasonal dynamics of the distribution rate and the worm burden of Ascaris suum (Goeze, 1782)



Folia Veterinaria 32(1): 36-47



Seasonal variations in prevalence rates and worm burdens of A. suum were studied in 790 fattening pigs slaughtered in Slovakia (Czechoslovakia) over a 1 year period. In piglets aged < 6 months, the annual mean prevalence rate was 22.4%, with peaks in March (25.0%) and September (36.4%) and a minimum rate in June of 10.7%. The average worm burden was 5.6 nematodes/pig with peaks in March (6.0/pig) and September (15.0/pig) and a minimum of 1.0/pig in June.

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