MIXED invasion goats during pregnancy and lactation

S. V. Mitrofanov, N. Soroka


Based on the breading book formed 4 groups of goats for 9–11 animals in each: pregnant goats for month before lambing (first experimental group), a week and a half before lambing (second experimental group), goats colostric period (third experimental group), and lactating goats month after lambing (fourth experimental group). Conducted fecal study. Mixed invasion was found in each group of goats. Its made parasites belonging to the families: Anoplocephalidae (Moniezia benedeni), Protostrongylidae, Trichonematidae, Trichostrongylidae (genera Haemonchus, Ostertagia, Nematodirus, Trichostrongylus), Strongyloididae (Strongiloides papillosus), Eimeriidae, Trichuridae. Registered high levels of extensity and intensity invasion in lactating goats compared to pregnant. The difference is only indicators among the goats of the second and third groups. Intensity invasion strongylid and rhabdiat reduced among those goats compared to the first and fourth group, while the intensity invasion of the eimeriidaes steadily increased among all groups of goats with advantage in the third and fourth experimental group. We found larvae of the genera Haemonchus, Oesophagostomum, Ostertagia, Trichostrongylus. In pregnant goats dominated by larvae of the genus Ostertagia, and in lactating goats genus Haemonchus. Mixed invasion, goats, helminth eggs, pregnancy, lactation.

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