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Outbreaks of diarrhoea ("winter scours') in weaned Merino sheep in south-eastern Australia
A longitudinal study of faecal shedding of Yersinia enterocolitica and Yersinia pseudotube..
Displaying the 18 most recent projects by John Larsen.
Displaying the 54 most recent scholarly works by John Larsen.
An automated, multiplex-tandem PCR platform for the diagnosis of gastrointestinal nematode infections in cattle: An Australian-European validation study
Florian Roeber, Ebrahim Bani Hassan, Philip Skuce, Alison Morrison, Edwin Claerebout, Stijn Casaert, David R Homer, Simon Fireston, Mark Stevenson, Lee Smith, John Larsen
Journal article | 2017 | Veterinary Parasitology
Ewe mortality in Southern Australia: data from the farmer’s perspective. Proc 9th International Sheep Veterinary Congress
C Pfeiffer, K Duncan, J Larsen, A Campbell
Conference Proceedings | 2017
The large scale of Australian sheep farms and irregular veterinary contact make it difficult to accurately monitor and research ew..
Minimising the development of anthelmintic resistance, and optimising the use of the novel anthelmintic monepantel, for the sustainable control of nematode parasites in Australian sheep grazing systems
RJ Dobson, BC Hosking, RB Besier, S Love, JWA Larsen, PF Rolfe, JN Bailey
Journal article | 2011 | Australian Veterinary Journal
IPM-s Project Benchmarking Survey: A National Survey of Parasite Control Practices
JW Larsen, SW Walkden-Brown, I Reeve, L Thompson, LW Kahn, A Crampton, RG Woodgate, P James, CR de Fegely, SH Williams
Conference Proceedings | 2006
The results of a national benchmarking survey of parasite control practices based on 2292 respondents to a mail survey are summari..
Birth of live calves by in vitro embryo production of slaughtered cows in a commercial herd in South Africa.
T Arlotto, D Gerber, SJ Terblanche, J Larsen
Journal article | 2001 | Journal of the South African Veterinary Association
In vitro fertilisation (IVF) has become a useful breeding tool in most of the developed world. In this paper the success of bovine..
Associate Professor, Ruminant Production Medicine
Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Grassland Society of Southern Australia
Australian Veterinary Association
Doctor of Philosophy
University of Melbourne
Graduate Diploma of Business Administration
University of Ballarat
Bachelor of Veterinary Science
University of Melbourne