Quantitative studies of ovine haemonchosis. 3. The interpretation and diagnostic significance of the changes in serial egg counts of Haemonchus contortus in a sheep flock.

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An examination of the level and distribution of egg counts of H. contortus within an extensively managed flock of Merino sheep in south-east Queensland was carried out on three occasions over a ten week period. During this time the geometric mean egg count increased from 527 to 1331 eggs per gram, and although 26.3% of the flock were responsible for this… (More)

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