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Abstract

This work would be of use in the hands of anyone interested in cattle, going out to Central Africa for the first time, whether a veterinarian or layman. In many respects it is a "fanner's or rancher's guide", but there are portions which would be difficult for a layman to understand. The work is in ...

Author(s)
Leplae, E.; Tobback, L.
Publisher
Brussels: Imprimerie Industrielle et Financière.,
Citation
Organisation et Exploitation des Elevages au Congo Belge. I. Betes Bovines. II. Traitement des Maladies du Betail des Tropiques., 1933, 2nd Edit, pp 500 pp.
Abstract

This disease continues to monopolize attention in many parts of the Union. The situation is generally improved, but nevertheless the progress made has been so slow that no hope is entertained of ultimately eradicating it. The most that can be expected under present conditions is to control the...

Author(s)
Borthwick, J. D.
Publisher
Cape Town,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Division for the Fifteen Months from 1st April, 1919, to 30th June, 1920., 1921,
Abstract

Redwater.-This disease is confined to the Southern half of Texas, and is slowly being stamped out. Young animals appear to be more seriously affected than is the case in Rhodesia.
The effects following inoculation of pure bred stock are practically identical with those observed in Rhodesia except...

Author(s)
Sinclair, J. M.
Citation
Report of Enquiry into the Health of Cattle in Texas., 1914,
Abstract

African Coast Fever. During the year five outbreaks occurred, as compared with eight in 1911 and eighteen in 1910. The total mortality including animals slaughtered on account of a rise of temperature was 505. Of these 409 occurred at one centre.
Dipping has been found to be of immense value in...

Author(s)
Sinclair, J. M.
Citation
Report of the Chief Veterinary Surgeon for the Year., 1912,
Abstract

This report deals with (1) The Veterinary Congress on Rinderpest held at Bulawayo (the resolutions passed are printed verbatim), (2) Trypanosomiasis, (3) Piroplasmosis, (4) Demodectic Mange, (5) Black Quarter, (6) Ophthalmia in Cattle, (7) Swine Fever, and (8) Dipping. The specimens examined during ...

Publisher
Zomba,
Citation
Annual Report on the Department of Agriculture for the Year ending March 31. Veterinary Division., 1913,

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