The abomasa of sheep grazing on natural pastures in the highveld of Zimbabwe were examined for Haemonchus contortus. Of 304 abomasa, 213 (70%) harboured H. contortus. The worm burden increased during the rains to reach the peak in February-March. This was followed by a decline with low worm loads throughout the dry season. The fourth stage larvae (L4… (More)
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