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Publisher
Ministry for Primary Industries, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
Surveillance (Wellington), 2014, 41, 3, pp 9-13
Abstract

In 464 semen samples obtained by the milking procedure from cockerels on various farms Escherichia coli and group D streptococci were the predominant organisms (72%) of infections. Candida albicans, Proteus sp., alpha haemolytic streptococci Klebsiella sp., Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Mycoplasma...

Author(s)
Perek, M.; Elian, M.; Heller, E. D.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1969, 10, pp 127-132
Abstract

Bovine TUBERCULOSIS was found in nine herds containing 163 cattle, and was confirmed in 21 of the 39 cattle slaughtered. No case of CONTAGIOUS ABORTION was found; all the herds are examined by the milk ring test three times a year. Of 70 cases of ABORTION in sows, none were due to brucellosis....

Author(s)
Andersen, S.
Publisher
Copenhagen: A/S J. H. Schultz,
Citation
Arsberetning fra Veterinaerdirektoratet, for aret 1963., 1965, pp 54 pp.
Abstract

The veterinary service consisted of 3, 772 qualified veterinary surgeons, 797 senior technicians and nearly 1500 laboratory and other assistants. Veterinarians employed on state cooperatives numbered 1035. Veterinary Institutes manufactured drugs and biological products worth 4, 593 million dinar...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Belgrade: Savezna Uprava za Poslova Veterinarstva,
Citation
Veterinarska Sluzba Jugoslavije 1962. Godine., 1963, pp 84 pp.
Abstract

During 1958-1959, the number of cattle on communal farms in Yugoslavia exceeded 400, 000 as compared with about 122, 000 in 1956. At the beginning of 1960, the total cattle population was over 5.3 million. In 1959 there were nearly 6.2 million pigs and 11.5 million sheep. Domestic poultry numbered...

Author(s)
Mihajlovič, S. M.
Publisher
Belgrade: Veterinarska Sluzba.,
Citation
Yugoslavia. Veterinarska sluzba Jugoslavije 1958-1959., 1960, pp 565-658 pp.
Abstract

The incidence of disease has increased with growth of the livestock industry: TUBERCULOSIS incidence as revealed by tuberculin testing of 2, 089 cattle was 0.48% (0.003% the previous year); BRUCELLOSIS, 50 reactors in 2, 409 cattle tested (8 in 1, 690 the previous year). TETANUS (78 cases...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Kingston: Government Printer.,
Citation
Jamaica. Annual Report of the Ministry of Agriculture and Lands for the year ended 31st December, 1959., 1961, pp 123 pp.
Abstract

A section of this report deals with livestock (pp. 101-149). The livestock population at December, 1956 was 2.8 million cattle, 2.5 million pigs, 209, 000 horses, 433, 000 sheep, 24.6 million fowls, 600, 000 ducks, and about 75, 000 turkeys. The number of goats owned by members of breed societies...

Author(s)
ANON.
Publisher
S-Gravenhage: Ministerie van Landbouw Visserij en Voedselvoorziening.,
Citation
Verslag over de landbouw in Nederland over 1956., 1958, pp liii +465 pp.
Abstract

The Yugoslav veterinary service is headed by the Federal Veterinary Board, an administrative body which co-ordinates the more or less independent Veterinary Boards of the various federal units. The Federal Board is responsible for policy, statistics, control of epizootics, import and export of...

Author(s)
ANON.
Citation
Veterinarski Glasnik, 1958, 12, pp 751-816
Abstract

There were 212 students enrolled for the 1951-52 session and 38 students obtained the M.R.C.V.S. Diploma. Students may take a degree course for Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (M.V.B.) at University College (Dublin) which is conferred after qualifying M.R.C.V.S. and passing the degree course...

Author(s)
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND.
Publisher
Dublin: Stat. Off.,
Citation
Twenty-first annual report of the Minister for Agriculture. 1951-52., 1953, pp 1-185 ; 1-87 pp.
Abstract

At the Diagnostic Station at Wallaceville 5, 303 cases of disease were investigated involving the examination of 23, 843 specimens. ENCEPHALOMALACIA of lambs, a disease not previously recorded in New Zealand, was diagnosed on about 20 properties with heavy mortality on one.
The transmission,...

Author(s)
FILMER, J. F.
Publisher
NEW ZEALAND., Wellington : R. E. Owen, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Animal Research Division, Department of Agriculture. Annual report, 1953-54., 1954, pp 40 pp.

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