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I. PERSONNEL.-Four British veterinary inspectors were released for military service, and, although their duties were ostensibly purely veterinary, they had to fulfil other functions.
" it is rare nowadays to find British [combat] officers with the requisite knowledge of animals to make them good...

Author(s)
FISHER, C. P.
Citation
Annual Report of the Sudan Veterinary Service for the Year 1941., 1941, pp 30 pp.
Abstract

GENERAL.-The volume of usual routine duties rose in the case of every item and the staff was fully occupied in coping with demands. No new activities were under-taken. Research again remained in abeyance, but three small ad hoc series of observations were carried out.
ROUTINE.-Work was done mainly...

Author(s)
BENNETT, S. C. J.
Citation
Report. Sudan Veterinary Service, 1940, pp 30-40 pp.
Abstract

II. GENERAL.-There was a progressive increase in routine work at the expense of research. The cramping of research work is aggravated by inadequate and unsuitable accommodation. Nevertheless, a little research was done, owing to the presence of a second research officer.
BIOLOGICAL...

Author(s)
BENNETT, S. C. J.
Citation
Report. Sudan Veterinary Service, 1942, pp 16-28 pp.
Abstract

II. GENERAL.-Routine work, which had reached its highest recorded peak last year, expanded more than ever. No real research was possible. Two Sudanese veterinary officers became available (diplomates of the Khartoum Veterinary School); one was posted to Malakal, releasing a British research officer ...

Author(s)
BENNETT, S. C. J.
Citation
Report. Sudan Veterinary Service, 1941, pp 18-30 pp.
Abstract

ANIMAL DISEASES.-All common diseases were kept under adequate control, incidence being widespread but casualties light. Nearly 18, 000 privately owned camels were treated, on payment, for TRYPANOSOMIASIS with naganol. Not a single case of RINDERPEST or FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE occurred in any export...

Author(s)
WILLIAMS, H. B.
Citation
Annual Report of the Sudan Veterinary Service, 1939., 1940, pp 40 pp.
Abstract

ANIMAL DISEASES-BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA hardly came to notice except in merchants' cattle awaiting slaughter or export in closely supervised the disease is not nearly eradicated, but wide- spread vaccination has brought it under very effective control. Although RINDERPEST was widespread, ...

Author(s)
FISHER, C. P.
Citation
Annual Report of the Sudan Vaterinary Service for the Tear 1940., 1940, pp 27 pp.
Abstract

GENERAL.-The volume of routine work, which reached its highest recorded point in the previous year, showed no signs of diminishing. No research work was possible.
BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS.-Issues of BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA vaccine rose from 36, 450 to 39, 685 doses, of which less than usual...

Author(s)
BENNETT, S. C. J.
Citation
Rep. Sudan vet. Serv. 1940., 1940, pp 23-27 pp.
Abstract

RINDERPEST was widespread but of low virulence, the mortality rate being only 1.3% against 1.7% for the previous year. 80, 394 head of cattle were serumized and 13, 133 head vaccinated against this disease. CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA affected 13, 766 cattle of which 384 died or were slaughtered.
...

Author(s)
GLAN-VILLE, W. H.
Citation
Report. Sudan Veterinary Service, 1944, pp 1-22 pp.

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