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Abstract

This is a general survey of infectious diseases met with in Canada and the methods employed for their control and eradication.
Canada, unlike most other countries, has not at any time experienced any disastrous epizootics of foot and mouth disease, rinderpest or contagious bovine pleuro-pneumonia....

Author(s)
Hilton, G.
Citation
Proceedings 5th Pacif. Sci. Congr. Canada 1933, 1934, pp 2941-2947 pp.
Abstract

No retrenchments on grounds of economy were made in this colony during the year. The veterinary staff consisted of the C.V.O., the Deputy C.V.O. (Mr. DAUBNEY, who has since been appointed to the post, officiated in the appointment), 3 senior veterinary officers and 13 veterinary officers.
The...

Author(s)
Brassey-edwards, H. H.
Publisher
Nairobi: Government Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report Department Agriculture Kenya, 1931, 1932, pp 213-287 pp.
Abstract

The amount of research work has been restricted owing to reductions of staff in 1931 and an increased demand for the biological products of the laboratory. The length of the report was drastically cut down for publication on the grounds of economy.
RINDERPEST.-Further experiments were carried out...

Author(s)
Hall, G. N. A.
Publisher
Lagos: Government Printer.,
Citation
Ann. Rep. Vet. Dept., 1932., 1933, pp 12-17 pp.
Abstract

STAFF-There were 16 European veterinary surgeons, 12 European " auxiliaries " and about 100 native assistants employed in the service, and it is also stated that 11 European veterinary surgeons were employed by livestock breeding societies.
A veterinary laboratory at Gabu-Nioka worked on...

Author(s)
Colback, H. R. F.
Citation
Congo Belge: Gouvernement general. Zootechnie et Epizooties. Rapport veterinaire 1939., 1940, pp 50 pp.
Abstract

In a broad sense it may be said that the major cattle diseases of the Territory were rinderpest, contagious bovine pleuro-pneumonia, East Coast fever and trypano-somiasis, snd of these the first two were the most important.
RINDERPEST.-A scheme for dealing with rinderpest in the Territory was...

Author(s)
Lowe, H. J.
Publisher
Tanganyika,
Citation
Rep, Dep, vet. Sci., 1936, pp 7-18 pp.

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