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Ascarid infection and respiratory health in feeder pigs raised on pasture or in confinement


, : Ascarid infection and respiratory health in feeder pigs raised on pasture or in confinement. Swine Health and Production 6(3): 115-120

The effects of respiratory diseases, ascarid infections and anthelmintic treatment were studied in pigs kept indoors and outdoors. In experiment 1, 30 indoor and 30 outdoor pigs from 3 herds were killed at 7 to 10 weeks of age for PM examination. Average daily gain was calculated based on an assumed 1.3 kg starting weight. Blood and bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF) samples were examined for cell differentials, lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and pro-coagulant activity (PCA).


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