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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

The outstanding feature of the year was the invasion of N.S.W. by the cattle disease known as ephemeral fever, or " three-day sickness ". The history of the spread of this disease is traced in some detail.
ANIMAL DISEASES.-Two cases of JOHNE'S DISEASE are recorded. Outbreaks of ANTHRAX, BLACKLEG,...

Author(s)
HENRY, M.
Publisher
Sydney : David Harold Paisley, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Live Stock Diseases Report (No. 13). Recording Control Work during the Year ended 30th June, 1937., 1938, pp 24 pp.
Abstract

The investigations of the Glenfield Veterinary Research Station comprised artificial insemination, BRUCELLOSIS in pigs, BOVINE MASTITIS, mortality in cattle, and poultry diseases.
A cattle unit has been in operation for a year and 340 cows have been inseminated. It was found that semen quality...

Author(s)
HENRY, M.
Publisher
Sydney,
Citation
Livestock Disease Report. 1945-46, Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Industry., 1946, pp 12 pp.
Abstract

STAFF.-There has been, and is, considerable difficulty in securing the services of a sufficient number of veterinarians for appointment, but it is anticipated that in a year or two a larger number of men will be forthcoming from the veterinary school of Sydney University. At present the Veterinary...

Author(s)
HENRY, M.
Publisher
Department of Agriculture, New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Citation
Live Stock Diseases Report Recording Work During the Year ended June 30th, 1929., 1930,

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