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Summary

                The effect of experimental interaction between a mixture of Eimeria spp. and Haemonchus contortus caused reduced feed intake, diarrhoea and some deaths but had no significant effect (P>0.05) on the live bodyweight.  Combined infections with the parasites caused sharp inappetence, severe scouring, and reduction in live body weight and death.  The output of oocysts was significantly (P<0.05) increased by the presence of H. contortus in simultaneously infected lambs but it was not affected when Haemonchus infection was separated from Eimeria infection by 15 days interval. Egg output was vastly increased when the worm was administered together with Eimeria  spp. compared with coccidian infection administered two weeks apart from Haemonchus infection or with single infection.

 
 
   
 
 

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