changes in the blood pictureof the red goat of maradi as a function of its gastrointestinal parasitism.numerous "chèvres de maradi" are bred in republique du niger (cap. niamey), 2 - 10(+6) numbered in 1973. this rustic ruminant is often very parasitized by intestinal nematodes and sporozoa. the most frequent genera are bunostomum (55%), trichostrongylus (40%), strongyloides (27%), oesophagostomum and haemonchus (20%), sometimes moniezia or stilesia, coccidiosis being endemic and very pathogenic, eimeria (70%). polyparasitism is a "modus vivendi" between the host and these various parasites. all ...197611658
[rickettsiosis in niger. epidemiological survey conducted in the maradi region]. 19734802018
[some aspects of reproduction of the reddish brown goats of maradi. comparison with other tropical and subtropical breeds]. 19751208929
[rationing trials on red sokoto goats using local agricultural by-products in maradi]. 1979554286
[serological survey of small ruminants in 4 districts of niger].in 1990, a serosurvey on 1,474 small ruminants was conducted in four districts of niger (maradi, zinder, diffa and dosso). the epidemiology and seroprevalence of eight diseases were studied: brucella melitensis and b. ovis brucellosis, chlamydiosis, coxiellosis, contagious caprine pleuropneumonia, type a pasteurellosis, peste des petits ruminants, rift valley fever, crimée-congo haemorragic fever. the main health problem for the development of small ruminants farming, seems to be both pasteurell ...19911843821
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