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The present study was designed to investigate the prevalence of the pathogenic coccidia species E. Samples were obtained from 65 cattle farms distributed randomly across all the regions of Germany, regardless of the occurrence of clinical problems. The samples were obtained rectally. Faecal consistency and the total number of oocysts per gram of faeces OPG were determined for Eimeria spp.

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The present study was designed to investigate the prevalence of the pathogenic coccidia species E. Samples were obtained from 65 cattle farms distributed randomly across all the regions of Germany, regardless of the occurrence of clinical problems. The samples were obtained rectally. Faecal consistency and the total number of oocysts per gram of faeces OPG were determined for Eimeria spp.

A questionnaire was completed for each farm to record information about herd size and management together with individual animal data. Eimeria oocysts, regardless of the kind of Eimeria spp. The farm prevalence of the pathogenic species was The average oocyst excretion level was 2, OPG in terms of total Eimeria spp. The number of oocysts excreted could not be correlated significantly with farm type or farm management but depended on the floor type which influences the infection pressure, on the age of the calves and the time after rehousing.

In general, higher oocyst excretion rates were found in calves kept on litter compared to rearing on slatted floor. Younger calves and calves sampled early after housing shed higher amounts of oocysts than older calves and calves stabled a longer period before sampling, respectively.

Furthermore, there was a positive correlation between OPG and the observation of diarrhoea, defined as observation of a loose to liquid faecal consistency. Excretion of E. This study confirms that the pathogenic coccidia E. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable.

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Eimeria zuernii

Eimeria zuernii is a species of the parasite Eimeria that causes diarrheic disease known as eimeriosis in cattle Bos taurus , and mainly affects younger animals. The disease is also commonly referred to as coccidiosis. The parasite can be found in cattle around the globe. Eimeria zuernii is a very host specific parasite that only infects cattle.

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. The study was conducted as a multi-centred, blinded, controlled and randomised field study, with calves at four centres farms in northern, eastern and southern Germany. All participating farms had a known history of coccidiosis. Animals were randomised to treatment 14 days after stabling in the respective facility: group I 57 animals received 15 mg toltrazuril per kg body weight, group II 54 animals 1 mg diclazuril per kg body weight and group III 53 animals served as shamtreated controls. The assessment of efficacy was based on oocyst excretion of E.

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