Epidemiology and economic benefits of treating rabbits coccidiosis in small farms from West Pomerania province, Poland.

@article{BalickaRamisz2014EpidemiologyAE,
  title={Epidemiology and economic benefits of treating rabbits coccidiosis in small farms from West Pomerania province, Poland.},
  author={Aleksandra Balicka-Ramisz and Mirosław S. Wr{\'o}bel and Karolina Adadyńska},
  journal={Annals of parasitology},
  year={2014},
  volume={60 4},
  pages={247-51}
}
The studies were carried out on 9 farms which deals with meat race of rabbits breeding. The basic herds had from 28 to 63 rabbits (total 275 rabbits) on Choszczno and Recz district in West Pomerania province. The study was based on two flotation methods:Willis-Schlaaf for qualitative and McMaster for quantitative analysis, which helped to establish the number of oocysts in 1g of feces (OPG). Ten species of coccidian were found in which 9 were intestinal (E. exigua, E. perforans, E. media, E… CONTINUE READING
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