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A combined report of the Animal Husbandry Department, mechanized State Farms, Veterinary College, and Livestock Research Station.
Deaths due to contagious diseases showed marked reduction and were: - RINDERPEST 5, 295; HAEMORRHAGIC SEPTICAEMIA 4, 741; FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE 1, 219; BLACKLEG 693;...

Author(s)
KAURA, R. L.
Publisher
Allahabad: Superintendent Printing and Stationery.,
Citation
Annual report of the Animal Husbandry Department, Uttar Pradesh, for the year 1949-50., 1952, pp 115 pp.
Abstract

The activities of the Animal Husbandry Department are described under nine different chapters viz. Administration, Disease Control, Research, Marketing, Breeding, Propaganda, Training, Finance and Establishment. Figures for preventive inoculations, treatment, castrations and mortality due to...

Author(s)
KAURA, R. L.
Citation
Annual Report of the Animal Husbandry Department for the year 1948-1949., 1950, pp 61 pp.
Abstract

There were 256 deaths from ANTHRAX; 200 of these were among goats in quarantine after importation from India. Anthrax spore vaccine was used for protecting in-contacts: Nineteen deaths from BLACKLEG were reported from Uva among unvaccinated animals. Twenty-two cases of HAEMORRHAGIC SEPTICAEMIA were ...

Author(s)
RODRIGO, E.
Publisher
Colombo : Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Administration report of the Acting Director of Agriculture for 1942., 1943, pp D 16 ; D 8-D 13 pp.
Abstract

There was a small increase in the combined numbers of cattle and buffaloes and also of goats, but a small decrease in the number of sheep. There was also an increase in the number of cattle sold for slaughter. Contagious disease outbreaks apparently accounted for the loss of only 888 animals; these ...

Author(s)
CRAWFORD, M.
Publisher
Govt. Press, Colombo, Ceylon
Citation
Report of the Government Veterinary Surgeon tor 1939, 1941, pp 4 pp.

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