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The control of parasites of goats






Goat Veterinary Society Journal 17(1): 28-32

The control of parasites of goats

This review concentrates on the 3 major groups of parasites that affect goats: coccidia, nematodes and ectoparasites (lice and mites). Particular attention is paid to the problem of anthelmintic resistance.


Accession: 002980918



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