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Abstract

The output of dairy products and pig production was well maintained at the level of the 1947 figures. During the year the purchasing of cattle by the Livestock Control increased to a total of 118, 418 cattle. Of these 100, 354 were from Kenya, 11, 503 from Uganda and 6, 561 from Somalia. 14, 392 of ...

Author(s)
Daubney, R.
Publisher
Nairobi : Govt. Printer,
Citation
Annual report of the Veterinary Department, 1942., 1943, pp 13 pp.
Abstract

Abyssinia may be roughly divided into the highlands of the north and the C lowlands of the south and east. The lowlands are a continuation of the Somaliland desert and are not likely to be of much agricultural value. Between the mountains of the north, however, wide fertile valleys are to be found...

Author(s)
Grignani, U.
Citation
Azione Veterinaria, 1935, 4, pp 884-389
Abstract

Veterinary policy in British Somaliland is subservient to pastoral and arable agricultural policies. Drought, starvation, and erosion are limiting factors and veterinary policy must aim only at the preservation of useful life.
VETERINARY WORK IN THE SOMALILAND CAMEL CORPS.-General health was good....

Author(s)
Peck, E. F.
Citation
The Annual Report of the Somaliland Protectorate Veterinary and Agricultural Department for 1939., 1940, pp 12 + 2 pp.
Abstract

From 14th January until 12th June the Department was without European supervision. A severe drought during the year caused many abortions and the death of young stock.
Somaliland Camel Corps.- The raising of the salt ration of camels to 4 02. daily is said to have eliminated ARTHRITIS, formerly a...

Author(s)
Peck, E. F.
Citation
The Annual Report of the British Somaliland Veterinary and Agriculture Department for 1938., 1939, pp 23+3 pp.
Abstract

The fascist government has placed the rearing of livestock as the chief consideration in its programme for the development of its African colonies, and as veterinary officers who have little or no experience of tropical diseases are likely to be drafted to the colonies in the near future, the...

Author(s)
Postiglione, E.
Publisher
Milano.,
Citation
Clinica Veterinaria, 1935, 58, pp 614-690
Abstract

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. Cattle Plague (Rinderpest) and Double Inoculation. In 1916 18 deaths only from rinderpest were recorded, in two Provinces (Girga and Daqahiya), but in addition 104 cases were detected amongst cattle imported from the Soudan. In the preceding year (1915) 358 deaths were reported ...

Author(s)
Littlewood, W.
Publisher
Govt. Press., Cairo, Egypt
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture (Egypt). Veterinary Service. Annual Reports for the Years 1916 & 1917., 1920, pp 59 pp.: 43 pp.
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.

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