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This article of some 185 pages, mostly in the form of tables, lists the viral, bacterial, protozoal and helminth diseases of domestic, wild, and laboratory animals and birds in S. Africa. The zoological and the vernacular names of the hosts, the regions in S. Africa from which the diseases have...

Author(s)
Neitz, W. O.
Citation
Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 1965, 32, pp 189-374
Abstract

Animals imported for slaughter included 16, 547 cattle from Venezuela; 3, 623 goats from British West Indies and 7, 109 from Venezuela; 1, 700 sheep and 2, 742 pigs. Animals imported for breeding or work included 14 goats; four sheep; 82 horses; 172 mules and four donkeys. Seven dogs were also...

Author(s)
LEACH, E. W.
Publisher
Trinidad and Tobago : Govt. Printer,
Citation
Administration report of the Director of Agriculture for the year 1945., 1946, pp 20 pp.
Abstract

Among 450 cattle tested for TB. at Valsayn Farm there were 1.25% reactors. There were 2.27% reactors at the Tobago Farm. In tests of dairy cattle in rural areas around Port-of-Spain there were 5 reactors among approximately 1, 200 animals tested. The incidence of BOVINE BRUCELLOSIS continues to...

Author(s)
Mum, J. C.
Publisher
Trinidad and Tobago: Govt. Printer,
Citation
Administration Report of The Director of Agriculture for the year 1946., 1948, pp 28 pp.
Abstract

There were no outbreaks of ANTHRAX, PARALYTIC RABIES nor SWINE FEVER.
Among 1, 228 cattle tested for TB. there were 6% positive reactors. Among buffaloes in the sugar plantations there were 35% reactors. It is stated that in some cases these were slaughtered.
There were four cases of CANINE...

Author(s)
LEACH, E. W.
Publisher
Trinidad and Tobago: Govt. Printer,
Citation
Administration Report of the Director of Agriculture for the year 1948., 1950, pp 28 pp.
Abstract

Apart from non-specific changes due to stress, adrenal hyperaemia is common in most intoxications and infectious diseases, sometimes associated with vascular damage, petechial haemorrhages and ecchymosis. Inflammatory infiltrations occur in swine fever, F & M disease and equine infectious anaemia,...

Author(s)
Matthias, D.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1963, 18, pp 293-296
Abstract

In 1963 there were 1, 508, 000 buffaloes and 796, 000 cattle, which were mainly used as draught animals; 4, 208, 000 pigs; 89, 000 goats; 19, 000 sheep; and 57.7 million fowls. The agricultural high school at Gia Lam, 10 km N.E. of Hanoi has a veterinary faculty, which resumed veterinary education...

Author(s)
Meisinger, G.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1966, 21, pp 361-366, 449-452; 491-497
Abstract

Keen field observation commencing with the pioneering work of Dr. HUTCHEON 50 years ago, and continuous research from the laboratory created by Sir Arnold THEILER early in the present century, have resulted in extensive knowledge of animal diseases in South Africa and a formidable volume of...

Author(s)
HENNING, M. W.
Publisher
South Africa : Central News Agency, Limited.,
Citation
Annual Report Department Agriculture, 1932, pp xi and x + 878 pp.
Abstract

A brief account of the population, climate, and soil, and of the methods of animal husbandry employed, is followed by an account of the infectious diseases of animals in the Carpathians. During the years 1932-1936, annual losses from anthrax diminished from 514 to 140. This is attributed mainly to...

Author(s)
WEIDLICH, N.
Citation
Prager Tierarztliches Archiv, 1937, 17, pp 219-227
Abstract

The incidence of the most important diseases-F. & M. DISEASE, ANTHRAX, BLACKLEG, SWINE FEVER, BRADSOT, EQUINE INFECTIOUS ANAEMIA, EQUINE PLEURO - PNEUMONIA, STRANGLES, BOVINE MALIGNANT CATARRH, SWINE ERYSIPELAS and TRICHINOSIS-is tabulated according to province and year, back to 1916. TRICHINOSIS...

Publisher
Oslo: H. Aschehoug & Co.,
Citation
Veterinaervesenet 1947., 1949, pp 87 pp.
Abstract

ANAPLASMOSIS occurred among cattle from the U.S.A. which became infected after arrival. The mortality was 30%. The symptoms were "acute febrile conditions, anaemia, weakness and then death." The survivors developed immunity. In treating the disease in these susceptible cattle tetracycline was used...

Citation
Nature, 1959, pp 25 pp.

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