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seasonal patterns of strongyle infections in grazing sheep under the traditional production system in the region of trikala, greece.ten 4-month-old female sheep of the karagouniko dairy breed were used to monitor the seasonal fluctuations of strongyle infections in sheep during the first year of grazing under the traditional production system in the region of trikala, greece, where control of nematodes is currently based exclusively on the frequent use of anthelmintics which might contribute to the appearance of anthelmintic resistance. the sheep grazed communal pasture plots and did not receive any anthelmintic treatment du ...200010799847
abattoir condemnation due to parasitic infections and its economic implications in the region of trikala, greece.the prevalence of parasitic infections responsible for the condemnation of carcasses and viscera during meat inspection, and their economic implication, was estimated in a year long abattoir survey of 10 277 slaughtered farm animals in the region of trikala, greece. the organs examined for the presence of parasitic lesions during meat inspection were: liver and lungs of all animals, rumen of cattle, small intestine of lambs and kids, and muscles of cattle and swine. the parasitic lesions observe ...200212241028
epidemiological survey of cestode-larva disease in greek sheep flocks.the epidemiological status of hydatidosis, cysticercosis, and gid in sheep and the production practices of sheep farmers that increase the risk of exposure of sheep to infecting agents of these diseases were investigated in thessaly, central greece during 2002-2006. a total of 700 hoggets (sheep up to the age of 1 year) and 1500 adult sheep were examined randomly at an abattoir survey and the prevalences of hydatidosis and cysticercosis were found 39.32% and 29.41%, respectively. hoggets had sig ...200818346853
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