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Outbreaks of RINDERPEST decreased by 15.35% as compared with the previous year. Although tax was paid for over 4, 000, 000 cattle in 1955-56 only 38, 632 cattle were known to be infected with RINDERPEST and these had a mortality of 10.9%; - ' A remarkable success for the active immunization policy...

Publisher
Kaduna: Government Printer.,
Citation
Annual report on the Department of Veterinary Services of the Northern Region of Nigeria 1955-56., 1958, pp 26 pp.
Abstract

The South African type 2 FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE virus (SAT.2) was recorded in Kenya for the first time. It was isolated from outbreaks in the Samburu Reserve. The disease spread rapidly throughout the Samburu Reserve up to August, since when no outbreaks have been confirmed. The concurrent presence ...

Author(s)
MACOwAN, K. D. S.
Publisher
Nairobi : Government Printer.,
Citation
Department of Veterinary Services annual report 1957., 1958, pp 89 pp.
Abstract

RINDERPEST was a major problem in the Lake and Western Provinces. In 47 outbreaks mortality was 6, 462 head, mainly young animals. Factors in the maintenance of the disease are evasion of vaccination and the impossibility of giving effective immunity to calves. Only one case of BOVINE CONTAGIOUS...

Author(s)
Dawe, E. C. S.
Publisher
TANGANYIKA., Dar es Salaam: Government Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Department, 1954., 1955, 1, pp 30 pp.
Abstract

INFECTIOUS DISEASES.
ANTHRAX.-Outbreaks occurred in Senegal, the Ivory Coast and Guinea, and in the latter colony 16, 000 preventive vaccinations were carried out.
BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS was encountered in slaughter cattle in Niger and Senegal, and in imported cattle in the Ivory Coast. In Sudan the...

Author(s)
Curasson, G.
Citation
FRENCH WEST AFRICA., 1935, pp 30 pp.
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

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

GENERAL
No details are given about staff or expenditure.
LIVESTOCK DISEASES
BACTERIAL DISEASES.-Here and mere losses were caused from ANTHRAX, Notes are given for French Guinea, Niger, Ivory Coast, and Senegal. Vaccination was employed on a large scale in French Guinea. HAEMORRHAGIC SEPTICAEMIA...

Publisher
Inspection generale de l'elevage, Dakar, Senegal
Citation
Bulletin des Services zootechniques et des epizooties de l'Afrique occidentale francaise, 1940, 3, 1, pp 31-63
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

The staff consists of 4 veterinary officers and 253 Africans. TRYPANOSOMIASIS and TICK-BORNE diseases have been the most important causes of loss. EAST COAST FEVER has, however, been kept well under control by the systematic dipping of all cattle in the non-enzootic areas. The danger of the disease ...

Author(s)
De Meza, J.
Publisher
Zomba : Govt. Printer,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Department for the Year ended 31st December, 1936., 1937, pp 12 pp.
Abstract

CATTLE DISEASES.-ANTHRAX appears to have been confined to areas in which the disease is enzootic; 12, 762 cattle were given saponified spore culture vaccine. Immunity appeared to be solid after 15 days. BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS appears to be confined to the mandated portion of the Cameroons: over 15% of ...

Author(s)
Henderson, W. W.
Publisher
Kaduna: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Department, 1936., 1937, pp 42 pp.

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