Basic principles of sheep’s and goats’ group deworming by water-soluble anthelmintic

Russian Journal of  Parasitology
UDK 619:616.995.1-085
Article history:
Received 24.09.2015
Accepted 24.11.2015
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Basic principles of sheep’s and goats’ group deworming by water-soluble anthelmintic

Berezovskiy A. V., Rustamova S. I.
Sumy National Agrarian University, 40021 Sumy, st. G. Kondratyev, 160, e-mail:


The purpose of research - the search of new, economical and safe ways small ruminant’s group deworming witch based on water-soluble drugs with wide spectrum.

Materials and methods. The material for the research of the experiment groups were water-soluble formes of 4 anthelmintic: Brovermektin 2% Brovalzen-emulsion, Kombitrem-emulsion, Rafenzol-emulsion. For the control group we have used drugs comparison: Brovermektin 1% Brovermektin-granulate and Brontel-plus. All of them were developing by "Brovafarma", Ukraine and officially have registered in Azerbaijan. For three experimental series we have used 350 sheep and 23 goats. These animals were spontaneously invasion by helminthes. The effect of deworming we have set by special method.

Results and discussion. In the first series of experiments determined that the two dosage forms under Ivermectin for oral administration have provided efficacy against sheep’s nematodosis at the level of injection analogue (100%). In the second series three anthelmintic that were given with water cleared experimental animals fro moniesyis: 100% - Rafenzol; I.I. – 93,3% and E.I. – 95,6% - Kombitrem; I.I. – 86,7% and E.I. – 91,5% - Brovalzen. In the third group Rafenzol’s commission drug also provided 100% effective in sheep’s and goats’ deworming.

In case of experimentally improved high efficiency of pharmacotherapy, we have justified the use of dosage forms for a group of water-soluble anthelmintic in sheep’s and goats’ deworming. in a distant-grazing.

Keywords: sheep, helminth infections, deworming, water soluble anthelmintics.

© 2015 The Author(s). Published by All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of  Fundamental and Applied Parasitology of Animals and Plants named after K.I. Skryabin. 
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