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A survey of 938 British dairy herds was carried out in 1958-59 and compared with a similar survey in 1957-58 [see V.B. 31, abst. 1574]. The following differences were observed: in 1958-59 there was an increased proportion of Friesian cows; an increase in the average herd size by 2-2 cows; an...

Author(s)
Leech, F. B.; Vessey, M. P.; Macrae, W. D.
Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
M.A.F.F. Animal Disease Surveys Report, 1964, 3, pp 1-11 pp.
Abstract

On the whole the year was a good one as regards notifiable disease. There were 116 outbreaks of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE as against 184 in 1957. All were in England and Wales and of the 29 primary outbreaks 17 were thought to have been introduced from the Continent and 10 by meat imported from South...

Publisher
London: H. M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries. Report on Animal Health Services for the year 1958., 1960, pp 119 pp.
Abstract

The year 1956 was good for the animal industry and the upward trend in general animal production continued. The Uplands Bacon factory showed an increase in the animals slaughtered of approximately 9.5%. There was a marked increase in the quantities of milk, butter and cheese handled by the Kenya...

Author(s)
MACOWEN, K. D. S.
Publisher
Nairobi: Govt. Print.,
Citation
Department of Veterinary Services Annual Report 1956., 1957, pp 112 pp.
Abstract

A general paper on TB., brucellosis trichomonas infection, mastitis, Johne's disease, swine fever, swine erysipelas, virus pneumonia of pigs, and some sheep diseases, with special reference to conditions in the United Kingdom and to work carried out at Weybridge. The main points brought out in...

Author(s)
STABLEFORTH, A. W.
Publisher
Lond,
Citation
Journal of the Farmers' Club, 1954, Part 4, pp 48-53 pp.
Abstract

The all-round decrease in the incidence of TUBERCULOSIS reported in previous years continued. Twenty-six cases of JOHNE'S DISEASE, diagnosed clinically, were confirmed by laboratory examination and slaughtered. CONTAGIOUS ABORTION was diagnosed serologically in a number of animals (most of them...

Author(s)
KERRUISH, D. W.
Citation
Manx Journal of Agriculture, 1954, 9, pp 25; 27-29
Abstract

II. There were seven outbreaks of ANTHRAX, one involving horses and dogs. TUBERCULOSIS is a major cause of condemnation of pigs at abattoirs. The incidence is closely related to that of bovine TB. There were a large number of no-visible-lesion reactors to the tuberculin test in pigs associated with ...

Author(s)
BELSCHNER, H. G.
Publisher
Sydney: A. H. Pettifer, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Livestock Health and Animal Husbandry Reports No. 28 & 29. Recording the incidence of disease in stock, animal husbandry activities andresearch work accomplished during the years ended 30th June 1952 and 30th June 1953., 1954, pp 38; 54
Abstract

GENERAL-The year was unusually dry and there was serious shortage of grazing in the northern areas, where, in addition to the drought, locusts were also troublesome. Messrs. Liebig's factory opened in July and received 4, 258 cattle from settled areas, 3, 709 from native reserves, and 3, 846 from...

Author(s)
DAUBNEY, R.
Citation
Veterinary Department Abridged Annual Report [1939]., 1939, pp 6 pp.

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