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Sequential changes in worm population in buffalo calves of eastern Haryana



Sequential changes in worm population in buffalo calves of eastern Haryana



Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 20(2): 83-87



Fifty 10- to 15-day-old calves were randomly selected from villages in eastern Haryana, India, and reared under usual husbandry practices. Faecal samples were collected per rectum at about 21-day intervals and examined for helminth ova. The calves were treated symptomatically when required but no dewormer was used. Buffalo calves were invariably infected with Toxocara vitulorum, Strongyloides papillosus, strongyles (mostly Haemonchus contortus and Trichostrongylus) and coccidia.

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