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6.    Prevalence of helminthes in small ruminants in Tarai region of Uttarakhand - Kripali Pant, M. K. S. Rajput, Jitendra Kumar, Shivani Sahu, Vandna, Rajkumari and Pritee Gangwar
Vet World. 2009; 2(7): 265-266


doi: 10.5455/vetworld.2010.265-266


Out of 150 small ruminants examined from villages near Pantnagar and organized farms, among them 144 animals were found positive for mixed parasitic infection, including Haemonchus sp, Paramphistomum sp, 

Trichuris sp. and Moniezia sp.  Overall prevalence was found 96.00% in which animals from villages has more prevalence (96.15%) than organized farm (96.00%) but organized farms has more prevalence of Haemonchus sp (95.00%) than animals of villages (76.92%), overall Paramphistomum sp was found 36.00% while Trichuris sp and Moniezia sp revealed 14.00% and 12.00% prevalence, respectively.

Keywords: Prevalence, Helminth, Ruminant.