The effectiveness of Anthelmintic helminthiasis of the digestive tract of cattle in west Kazakhstan region

Russian Journal of Parasitology, 2016, V.35, Iss.1
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Received 09.06.2015
Accepted 25.01.2016
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Kovaleva M.M., Kamaliev R.S.
West Kazakhstan agrarian-technical University. Zhangir Khan
09000, Republic of Kazakhstan, Uralsk, Zhangir Khan street, 51,
e-mail: mahabat_basimova


Objective of research. The purpose of the study is to test the effectiveness of anthelmintic helminthiasis of the digestive tract of cattle and to offer practices for the most effective of them.
Materials and methods. Tests of anthelmintic held in LLP "Diet" West Kazakhstan region 40 animals, spontaneously infested strangulate of the digestive tract. Cattle were divided into 4 groups of 10 animals each. Animals of the first group was administered ivermec 1% solution intramuscularly in a dose of 0.2 mg/kg at ET rate of 0.02 ml/kg Animals of the second group asked alot oral-suspension in a dose of 7.5 mg/kg on ET rate of 0.75 ml/kg of Levamisole was administered subcutaneously to animals of the 3rd group at a dose of 7.5 mg/kg at a rate of 0.1 ml/kg. Animals of the fourth group was used and served as control. The effectiveness of the drugs considered through 18 days after deworming according to the results Koprivshtitsa studies by flotation using counting chambers WIKIS and efficiency calculation type "control test".
Results and discussion. In the first group the efficacy was 100%. In the second group, EE – 90%, IE-98,9%. In the third group EE-80%, IE-98,5%. In the fourth group the invasion of animals has not significantly changed and amounted to 108,1 beginning of the experiment and after 18 days of 110.4 of strongest.
Thus, ivermec is most effective during the helminthiasis of the digestive tract of cattle.
Key words: cattle, efficiency, anthelmintic, ivermec.


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