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II. Many cases of TUBERCULOSIS continue to be reported in cattle slaughtered at Darwin and Wyndham but little can be done to control TB. until staff and facilities are increased. An outbreak of disease in a herd travelling by rail closely resembled PASTEURELLOSIS (PULMONARY HAEMORRHAGIC...

Author(s)
ROSE, A. L.
Citation
II. (1956). Tenth annual report 1955-1956. (Covering activities for year ending 30. 6. 56.)., 1955, pp 29 pp.
Abstract

III. On two properties where the incidence of TB. was high the entire herds were tested and reactors sent to Adelaide abattoirs. Among 11, 305 cattle on one property there were 1, 094 (17.1%) reactors, and on the other, among 6, 087 there were 438 (7.2%) reactors. As a result of the tests store...

Author(s)
ROSE, A. L.
Citation
III. (1957). Eleventh annual report 1956-1957. (Covering activities for the year ending 30. 6. 57.)., 1955, pp 43 pp.
Abstract

Details of several outbreaks of BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA are given. A survey to define the geographical distribution of Boophilus microplus was begun. Investigations on the value of bone-meal in controlling BOTULISM are planned.
Special attention was given to KIMBERLEY HORSE DISEASE and...

Author(s)
ROSE, A. L.
Publisher
Alice Springs,
Citation
Fourth Annual Report, 1949-1950, (covering activities for year ending 30th June, 1950), Animal Industry Division, Northern Territory Administration., 1950, pp 26 pp.
Abstract

TUBERCULOSIS was found in 2% of 655 cattle and 4.8% of 1, 081 pigs slaughtered at Darwin; it was not found in cattle slaughtered at Alice Springs. A survey of the incidence in buffaloes has begun. A few cases of PASTEURELLOSIS were seen in cattle shipped to the Philippine Islands. BOVINE CONTAGIOUS ...

Author(s)
Rose, A. L.
Publisher
Alice Springs: Animal Industry Branch.,
Citation
Northern Territory Administration. Animal industry branch. Twelfth annual report 1957-1958. (Covering activities for the year ending 30/6/58.)., 1958, pp 49 pp.
Abstract

I. In an outbreak of STRANGLES in horses vaccination with dried culture vaccine was successful. A herd of 200 cattle at a Mission station had 45% reactors to the tuberculin test and was slaughtered and replaced with 300 breeding cows. The Alice Springs district has remained free from BOVINE...

Author(s)
Rose, A. L.
Citation
I. Ninth annual report 1954-1955. (Covering activities for year ending 30.6.55.). II. (1956). Tenth annual report 1955-1956. (Covering activities for year ending 30.6.56.). III. (1957). Eleventh annual report 1956-1957. (Covering activities for the year ending 30.6.57.)., 1955, pp 26 pp.
Abstract

Factors which retard development in the area are the size of holdings (largest, 11, 000 sq.miles, others up to 5, 000 sq.miles), remoteness, inadequate transport and difficulties in recruiting suitable staff. Australia's vulnerability to the entry of disease is recognized. Strict quarantine...

Author(s)
Rose, A. L.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1966, 42, pp 91-95
Abstract

BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA continues to be a serious problem. Vaccination of cattle before travelling into Queensland or South Australia is essential if outbreaks are to be prevented. Vaccination is often carried out inefficiently unless supervised by trained staff.
A survey of the...

Author(s)
ROSE, A. L.
Citation
Sixth annual report, 1951-1952, (covering activities for year ending 30/6/1952), Animal Industry Branch, Northern Territory Administration., 1952, pp 31 pp.
Abstract

The incidence of TUBERCULOSIS in cattle in the Northern Territory appears to be greater than was previously suspected.
The Alice Springs Pastoral District has been free from BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA for three years, but cattle travelling to South Australia are likely to re-introduce the...

Author(s)
ROSE, A. L.
Citation
Northern Territory Administration, Animal Industry Branch, eighth annual report, 1953 / 54. (Covering activities for year ending30/6/54.), 1954, pp 31
Abstract

Outbreaks of BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA are described. The enormous amount of work required for inoculations and inspections to detect a comparatively small number of diseased animals and achieve control is emphasized. In the north of the Northern Territory it is difficult to control the...

Author(s)
ROSE, A. L.
Citation
Northern Territory. Fifth annual report, 1950-1951 (covering activities of year ending 30/6/51). Animal Industry Division, Northern Territory Administration., 1951, pp 27 pp.
Abstract

I, II & III. These reports of 1' a new and rapidly growing organization " deal with staff, statistics of animal population including exports and imports, improvement and extension of travelling stock routes and roads, and contain notes on road transport of cattle by means of " road trains ".
...

Author(s)
ROSE, A. L.
Publisher
Alice Springs.,
Citation
Australia. Northern Territory. Third annual report, 1948-49, (covering activities for the year ending 30thJune, 1949), Animal Industry Division, NorthernTerritory administration., 1949, pp 19 pp.

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