J M Burke

Summary

Affiliation: Agricultural Research Service
Country: USA

Publications

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    Burke J, Kaplan R, Miller J, Terrill T, Getz W, Mobini S, et al. Accuracy of the FAMACHA system for on-farm use by sheep and goat producers in the southeastern United States. Vet Parasitol. 2007;147:89-95 pubmed
    ..These data indicate that the FAMACHA method used by producers is a valuable tool for identifying anemic sheep and goats in the southern United States and Puerto Rico...
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    Burke J, Miller J. Evaluation of multiple low doses of copper oxide wire particles compared with levamisole for control of Haemonchus contortus in lambs. Vet Parasitol. 2006;139:145-9 pubmed
    ..001), but all concentrations were normal. Multiple doses of COWP were as effective as levamisole for control of H. contortus without risk of copper toxicity. ..
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    Burke J, Morrical D, Miller J. Control of gastrointestinal nematodes with copper oxide wire particles in a flock of lactating Polypay ewes and offspring in Iowa, USA. Vet Parasitol. 2007;146:372-5 pubmed
    ..There were no signs of copper toxicity in ewes or lambs. Alternative suppression of H. contortus infections may be necessary in ewes, but COWP was effective in H. contortus management for lambs. ..
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    Burke J, Miller J, Olcott D, Olcott B, Terrill T. Effect of copper oxide wire particles dosage and feed supplement level on Haemonchus contortus infection in lambs. Vet Parasitol. 2004;123:235-43 pubmed
    ..PCV values were more favorable for lambs fed the higher level of supplement, especially when FEC were greater than 8000 epg. ..
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    Burke J, Miller J, Larsen M, Terrill T. Interaction between copper oxide wire particles and Duddingtonia flagrans in lambs. Vet Parasitol. 2005;134:141-6 pubmed
    ..flagrans, the expected result would be a much lower larval challenge on pasture when these two tools are used together in a sustainable control strategy...
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    Burke J, Miller J. Control of Haemonchus contortus in goats with a sustained-release multi-trace element/vitamin ruminal bolus containing copper. Vet Parasitol. 2006;141:132-7 pubmed
    ..GIN control did not persist more than 28 days. These studies suggest that TEB may be an effective means of GIN control in mature goats, but additional control measures may be necessary...
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    Burke J, Terrill T, Kallu R, Miller J, Mosjidis J. Use of copper oxide wire particles to control gastrointestinal nematodes in goats. J Anim Sci. 2007;85:2753-61 pubmed
    ..Copper oxide does not appear to be effective in controlling newly acquired L4 stage (preadult) larvae, which also feed on blood, leading to decreased PCV in newly infected goats...

Detail Information

Publications7

  1. request reprint
    Burke J, Kaplan R, Miller J, Terrill T, Getz W, Mobini S, et al. Accuracy of the FAMACHA system for on-farm use by sheep and goat producers in the southeastern United States. Vet Parasitol. 2007;147:89-95 pubmed
    ..These data indicate that the FAMACHA method used by producers is a valuable tool for identifying anemic sheep and goats in the southern United States and Puerto Rico...
  2. request reprint
    Burke J, Miller J. Evaluation of multiple low doses of copper oxide wire particles compared with levamisole for control of Haemonchus contortus in lambs. Vet Parasitol. 2006;139:145-9 pubmed
    ..001), but all concentrations were normal. Multiple doses of COWP were as effective as levamisole for control of H. contortus without risk of copper toxicity. ..
  3. request reprint
    Burke J, Morrical D, Miller J. Control of gastrointestinal nematodes with copper oxide wire particles in a flock of lactating Polypay ewes and offspring in Iowa, USA. Vet Parasitol. 2007;146:372-5 pubmed
    ..There were no signs of copper toxicity in ewes or lambs. Alternative suppression of H. contortus infections may be necessary in ewes, but COWP was effective in H. contortus management for lambs. ..
  4. request reprint
    Burke J, Miller J, Olcott D, Olcott B, Terrill T. Effect of copper oxide wire particles dosage and feed supplement level on Haemonchus contortus infection in lambs. Vet Parasitol. 2004;123:235-43 pubmed
    ..PCV values were more favorable for lambs fed the higher level of supplement, especially when FEC were greater than 8000 epg. ..
  5. request reprint
    Burke J, Miller J, Larsen M, Terrill T. Interaction between copper oxide wire particles and Duddingtonia flagrans in lambs. Vet Parasitol. 2005;134:141-6 pubmed
    ..flagrans, the expected result would be a much lower larval challenge on pasture when these two tools are used together in a sustainable control strategy...
  6. request reprint
    Burke J, Miller J. Control of Haemonchus contortus in goats with a sustained-release multi-trace element/vitamin ruminal bolus containing copper. Vet Parasitol. 2006;141:132-7 pubmed
    ..GIN control did not persist more than 28 days. These studies suggest that TEB may be an effective means of GIN control in mature goats, but additional control measures may be necessary...
  7. request reprint
    Burke J, Terrill T, Kallu R, Miller J, Mosjidis J. Use of copper oxide wire particles to control gastrointestinal nematodes in goats. J Anim Sci. 2007;85:2753-61 pubmed
    ..Copper oxide does not appear to be effective in controlling newly acquired L4 stage (preadult) larvae, which also feed on blood, leading to decreased PCV in newly infected goats...