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Abstract

Outbreaks of ANAPLASMOSIS ran the usual mild course seen in Queensland. The wet season favoured extension of the regions affected by cattle tick, and buffalo fly (shown in maps). Field trials showed that spraying with chlordane (0.25%), toxaphene (0.5%) or dieldrin (0.5%) provided satisfactory...

Publisher
A. H. Tucker Govt. printer., Brisbane, Australia
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1950-51., 1951, pp 94 pp.
Abstract

One outbreak of anthrax was controlled by vaccination of trade cattle and movement control. A new Salmonella serotype, S. teko, was identified. trypanosomiasis of pigs occurred, but its extent and the effect of control with antrycide could not be determined. rinderpest has been kept under control...

Author(s)
Birkett, J. D.
Publisher
Freetown: Govt.Printing Dept.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Department for the year 1955., 1956, pp 9 pp.
Abstract

Abnormally dry conditions caused disappearance of the BUFFALO FLY (Siphona exigua[Haematobia irritans exigua]) from extensive regions. The farthest southern extension of the fly was to Maryborough on the coast and Dalby inland, but it has apparently disappeared from the region south of an east-west ...

Publisher
A. H. Tucker, Brisbane, Australia
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1946-47., 1947,
Abstract

An outbreak of SALMONELLOSIS occurred in bulls which had travelled some distance by rail and road. There were a number of deaths and the following strains were isolated: S. typhimurium, S. muenchen, S. anatum, and S. london. The cattle had acute cellulitis followed by sloughing of lesions which...

Publisher
A. H. Tucker., Brisbane, Australia
Citation
Annual Reportof the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1948-49., 1949, pp 99; 47-48
Abstract

Staff shortage was aggravated by difficulties in obtaining modern equipment and this has hampered the first stages of development schemes.
There were 178 new outbreaks of BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO - PNEUMONIA involving nearly 20, 000 cattle. The situation is a cause of grave concern. All calves on...

Publisher
Lagos: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Department, 1946., 1948, pp 27 pp.
Abstract

In 1948, 637, 000 animals were treated. SWINE ERYSIPELAS was by far the most common infectious disease, and 15, 650 cases were seen. Next common were MANGE IN PIGS and RINGWORM IN CATTLE. F. & M. DISEASE, ANTHRAX, SWINE FEVER, EQUINE INFECTIOUS ANAEMIA and EQUINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA were...

Publisher
Oslo: I. Kommisjon Hos. H. Aschehoug & Co.,
Citation
Veterinaervesenet 1948., 1950, pp 91 pp.
Abstract

To induce active immunity it is necessary to inoculate the individual with an organism of which the virulence has become lessened though its anti-genie power remains unaltered. Such a modification of the organism may occur naturally (as the passage of the variola virus through the cow) or it may be ...

Author(s)
Ramon, G.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1950, 33, pp 112-151
Abstract

The number and nature of specimens undertaken for diagnostic work at the veterinary research station at Glenfield is briefly discussed. There was a big-increase in poultry material.
In work on BOVINE MASTITIS a number of drugs were tested by udder infusion; these included acri-flavine,...

Author(s)
Henry, M.
Citation
Livestock Disease Report, 1943-44, Division of Animal Industry. Department of Agriculture., 1944, pp 7 pp.
Abstract

This report shows the great value of the work carried out by the special veterinary service set up for the Civil Affairs and Military Government of the Allied Forces in Europe and indicates the great saving brought about both in animals and the food supply by the suppression of epizootics which...

Author(s)
Todd, F. A.
Citation
Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 1947, 19, pp 568-569
Abstract

In a state-wide survey of the incidence of BOVINE MASTITIS milk from nearly 4, 000 cows was examined by a number of methods. The use of special inhibitory media failed to overcome the problems of contamination during collection of samples in the field by untrained persons. Instruction in the...

Publisher
Adelaide: K, M. Stevenson,, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
The Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science. Fourteenth Annual Report of the Council, July 1951-June 1952., 1953, pp 89 pp.

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