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Copper oxide wire particles

Copper oxide wire particles (COWP) have been shown to reduce barbaer pole worm infections loads in sheep and goats. Members of the American Consortium for Small Ruminant Parasite Control have led the research efforts investigating the efficacy of COWP as an anthelmintic agent for sheep and goats.

Articles

Copper oxide wire particles to control Haemonchus contortus in small ruminants; J.M. Burke, USDA ARS [Timely Topic, November 2013].

Use of copper oxide wire particles (COWP) to control barber pole worms in lambs and kids; J.M. Burke, J.E. Miller, and T.H. Terrill [March 2007].

Conference proceedings

Copper Oxide Wire Particles to Control Haemonchus contortus in Sheep and Goats; Joan Burke, James Miller, and Thomas H. Terrill; 10th Anniversary Conference of the American Consortium for Small Ruminant Parasite Control [May 2013].[May 2013].

Links

Effectiveness of copper oxide wire particles on the control of Haemonchus contortus in sheep; J.A. Watkins; M.S. Thesis; Louisiana State University [August 2003].

Fact sheets

Tools for managing internal parasites in small ruminants: copper oxide wire particles; Linda Coffey, Margo Hale, Tom Terrill, Jorge Mosjidis, Jim Miller and Joan Burke; NCAT/ATTRA and Southern Consortium for Small Ruminant Parasite Control [2007].

Journal articles

Administration of copper oxide wire particles in a capsule or feed for gastrointestinal nematode control in goats; J. Burke, F. Soli, J. Miller, T. Terrill, S. Wildeus, S. Shaik, W. Getz, and M. Vanguru; Veterinary Parasitology [March 2010].

Control of gastrointestinal nematodes with copper oxide wire particles in a flock of lactating Polypay ewes and offspring in Iowa; J.M. Burke, D. Morrical, and J.E. Miller; Short communication: Veterinary Parasitology [March 2007].

Efficacy of copper oxide wire particles against gastrointestinal nematodes in sheep and goats; F. Soli, T.H. Terrill, S.A. Shaik, W.R. Getz, J.E. Miller, M. Vanguru, and J.M. Burke; Veterinary Parasitology [October 2009].

The effectiveness of copper oxide wire particles as an anthelmintic in pregnant ewes and safety to offspring; J.M. Burke, J.E. Miller, and D.K. Brauer; Veterinary Parasitology [May 2005].

Effect of copper oxide wire particles dosage and feed supplement level on Haemonchus contortus infection in lambs; J.M. Burke, J.E. Miller, D.D. Olcott, B.M. Olcott, and T.H. Terrill; Veterinary Parasitology [June 2004].

Evaluation of low doses of copper oxide wires particles compared with levamisole for control of Haemonchus contortus in lambs; J.M. Burke and J.E. Miller; Veterinary Parasitology [February 2006].

Evaluation of Multiple Low Dose Copper Oxide Wire Particle Boluses for Control of Haemonchus Contortus in Lambs; J. Burke and J. Miller; Veterinary Parasitology [June 2006].

Interaction between copper oxide wire particles and Duddingtonia flagrans in lambs; J.M. Burke, J.E. Miller, M. Larsen, and T.H. Terrill; Veterinary Parasitology [June 2005].

Persistence of the efficacy of copper oxide wire particles against Haemonchus contortus in sheep; A.J. Galindo-Barboza, J.F.J. Torres-Acosta, R. Cámara-Sarmiento, C.A. Sandoval-Castro, A.J. Aguilar-Caballero, N.F. Ojeda-Robertos, R. Reyes-Ramírez, E. Espana-Espãna; Veterinary Parasitology [2011].

Use of copper oxide wire particles to control gastrointestinal nematodes in goats; J.M. Burke, T.H. Terrill, R.R. Kallu, J.E. Miller, and J. Mosjidis; Journal of Animal Science [June 2007].

Using copper oxide wire particles or sericea lespedeza to prevent a peri-parturient rise of gastrointestinal nematodes in sheep and goats; J. Burke, S. Orlik, J. Miller, T. Terrill, and J. Mosjidis; Livestock Science [July 2010].

Meeting abstracts

Effect of Copper Oxide Wire Particles Dosage and Feed Supplement Level Influences Haemonchus Contortus Infection in Lambs; J. Burke, and J. Miller; Southern Section of the American Society of Animal Science [February 2004].


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Copper oxide wire particles