DOI: 10.33448/rsd-v11i14.36638
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Abstract: Cattle ranching in Brazil has long been one of the main and most important sectors of the economy. Among the factors that negatively influence the rearing of production animals, the worm disease deserves prominence, because it is one of the most important problems of the Brazilian herd, being responsible for large losses in livestock activity. Worms are caused by helminths of different phyla, classes, genera and species, and can affect several animals, being extremely important in production animals. These par… Show more

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