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Abstract

For European stock the year was more favourable than 1943, because of heavier short rains: the effect of these was shown in the second six months by a rise in the creamery butter production, which was 3, 000, 000 Ib. out of a total of 4, 732, 000 Ib. for the year. The Naivasha Creamery produced...

Author(s)
Daubney, R.
Publisher
Nairobi : Govt. Printers.,
Citation
Annual report of the Veterinary Department, 1945., 1946, pp 23 pp.
Abstract

This report of the Chief Veterinary Officer first gives details regarding the constitution and duties of the staff of the Veterinary (0421) B Department during the year 1915-1916. The remainder of the report contains a mass of experience which cannot be extracted with justice and is reprinted as...

Author(s)
Sturdy, R. J.
Publisher
Nairobi and Mombasa: Printed at The " Leader. ",
Citation
BRITISH EAST AFRICA. Department of Agriculture, Annual Report of the Veterinary Department for the Year ending 31st March 1916., 1916, pp 62-71 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.
Abstract

70, 018 cattle were reported to have died from contagious disease. as compared with 68, 588 in 1916-1917. The increase was due entirely to the ravages of rinderpest, there being a fall under every other head as compared with the preceding year. In horses glanders and surra were much more prevalent...

Author(s)
Ware, F.
Publisher
Supt. Govt. Ptg., Madras, India
Citation
MADRAS PRESIDENCY. Annual Administration Report of the Civil Veterinary Department for 1917-1918., 1918, pp 25 pp.
Abstract

This is the first Annual Report furnished by Sheather since he took up the duties of Imperial Bacteriologist in October 1916 in succession to the late Colonel HOLMES. The duties of Imperial Bacteriologist up to the time of Sheather's arrival were temporarily carried out by the Assistant...

Author(s)
Sheather, A. L.
Publisher
Supt. Govt. Printing, Calcutta, India
Citation
Annual Report of the Imperial Bacteriologist for the Year ending the 31st March, 1917., 1918, pp 25 pp.
Abstract

During the year under report the Staff of this Department was considerably under strength owing to the absence of members on military duty. The number of deaths from contagious diseases, however, unfortunately proved to be very high, viz., 2, 904 as compared with 1, 827 in the previous year.
Among ...

Author(s)
Quirke, T. F.
Publisher
Punjab Frontier Press., Peshawar, India
Citation
NORTH WESTERN FRONTIER PROVINCE, INDIA. Report of the Civil Veterinary Department for the Year 1917-1918., 1918, pp 10 pp.
Abstract

Rinderpest and foot and mouth disease are not known to exist. East Coast Fever, which has recently gained admittance, is confined to a district almost entirely surrounded by a fly belt. Pleuro-pneumonia has been eradicated from all parts with the exception of Barotseland.
The heaviest mortality is...

Citation
NORTHERN RHODESIA, Report of Chief Veterinary Officer for the Year ended March 1924., 1924,
Abstract

East Coast Fever. -In the report regarding this disease the following points are dealt with: -The history of the disease in the Protectorate; Immunity; The division of the country into " clean " and " infected " areas, with the limits of each; Measures for dealing with the disease, and the...

Citation
Report of the Department of Agriculture, Nairobi. 1911-1912, 1912,
Abstract

STAFF.-Lieut.-Col. Doherty was succeeded as Chief Veterinary Officer by Major H. H. Brassey-Edwards, The post of Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer was vacant. There were three senior veterinary officers and 13 veterinary officers. In addition there were 25 stock inspectors and one stock instructor.
...

Author(s)
Brassey-edwards, H. H.
Citation
Annual Report Department Agriculture, 1930, pp 97-178 pp.
Abstract

Owing to wartime economy the original report of the Director of Veterinary Services had to be drastically abbreviated.
Section I deals with the livestock position in the Territory, which was again disappointing owing to the lack of adequate rainfall.
Section II (a) describes briefly disease control ...

Author(s)
Lowe, H. J.
Publisher
Dar es Salaam: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry 1939., 1940, pp 4 pp.

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