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Brief reference is made to the infestation of tame rabbits following grazing on areas frequented by wild rabbits and to the acute injury to sheep caused by Sarcocystis tenella.

Report. Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station, 1934, pp 29 p

During the three years the number of pathological specimens examined was 4, 576. Of these, 18.9% were due to uncomplicated intestinal PARASITISM. Diseases caused by filtrable viruses were next in importance (13.78%). PULLORUM DISEASE was still very important, although many flocks have been freed...

Weaver, C. H.
Progress Report of the Dominion Poultry Husbandman for the Years 1934-36, 1938, pp 36-44

This disease was first reported by QUIN from the Koedoesrand Ward in August 1926. It was said that in places it was impossible to raise pigs, and that the disease was more prevalent among pigs running free than among those in styes. It was also noted that large numbers of warthogs were affected in...

Steyn, D. G.
13th & 14th Annual Report, Director Veterinary Education & Research, Union of South Africa, 1928, Part 1, pp 415-428

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