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MASTITIS IN CATTLE.-Emphasis is laid on the losses caused by this disease. An infected and a non-infected group of cows are available for the work on the subject and a grant from the Medical Milk Commission of Chicago was obtained for research on the occurrence and significance of streptococci in...

Publisher
Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Citation
Bulletin. Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station, 1934, 428, pp 1-8 pp.
Abstract

A careful study was made of an outbreak of acute parasitic bronchitis due to Dictyocaulus in a small herd of Jersey cattle; faecal material was collected and post-mortem examinations carried out. Detailed stock records had been kept which rendered it easy to trace the movements of the cattle; as...

Author(s)
Taylor, E. L.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1935, 15, pp 1280-1284
Abstract

About 10, 000 carcasses out of 62, 000, 000 inspected were condemned for bovine TUBERCULOSIS during the year, as compared with 28, 000 in 1935. The U.S.A. remained free from FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE, RINDERPEST, CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA and SURRA during the period under review.
ANIMAL HUSBANDRY...

Author(s)
Mohler, J. R.
Publisher
Washington : U.S. Govt. Printing Office.,
Citation
Report of the Bureau of Animal Industry for the Year Ending June 30th, 1936., 1936, pp 60 pp.
Abstract

I. C. examined 321 farms during a period of ten years. He discusses leucosis with reference to methods of farming, size of herd, type of ground, season of year, geographical position, age of cattle, hereditary factors, feeding stuffs, minerals, liver fluke, stomach worms, lung worms, abortion,...

Author(s)
Czymoch, O.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Infektionskrankheiten, Parasitare Krankheiten und Hygiene der Haustiere, 1937, 52, pp 187-220
Abstract

A review of the more common causes of calf mortality on the farm. The article deals with colibacillosis (white scours), salmonellosis, Corynebacterium pyogenes[Arcanobacterium pyogenes] infection, pneumonia due to haemolytic cocco-bacilli, pasteurellosis, helminthiasis and other diseases, including ...

Author(s)
Lovell, R.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1939, 51, pp 1081-1094
Abstract

Laboratory Work
BACTERIOLOGY.-The avirulent spore vaccine for ANTHRAX was used on a much wider scale with good results. The issue was begun of a BLACKLEG vaccine to which alum had been added and of which the preliminary tests had given' very good results. The herd of initially uninfected cows in a...

Author(s)
Du Toit, P. J.
Citation
Farming in South Africa, 1940, 15, pp 480-484
Abstract

The general scope of activities of the Bureau is reviewed. The staff numbered 4, 416 regular civil service employees and of these 2, 141 were in the professional and scientific service, about 93% being veterinarians. Expenditure amounted to over £4, 000, 000. During the year 480 students graduated...

Author(s)
Mohler, J. R.
Publisher
Washington, D.C: United States Department of Agriculture,
Citation
Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 1940., 1940, pp 90 pp.
Abstract

HADWEN visited reindeer herds in the far north and also the bison and other wild animals in Wainwright Park. He recommended the destruction of the bison in Wainwright Park owing to the incidence of TUBERCULOSIS and the over-grazed condition of the pastures. This has been done. Research on MASTITIS...

Author(s)
Hadwen.
Citation
Rep. Ont. Res. Fdn, 1940., 1941, pp 10-12 pp.
Abstract

Artificial infection of calves with infective larvae of D. viviparus was carried out. The prepatent period was observed to be 24-30 days and the maximum numbers of larvae were passed 5-7 weeks after appearance of first-stage larvae in the faeces. The duration of the infection ' was 1-4 months....

Author(s)
Porter, D. A.; Cauthen, G. E.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1942, 3, pp 396-400
Abstract

One cow, in a herd of 28, showed congestion of the lungs and died within 24 hours. By then 20 other cows were coughing, but only two animals were off their feed. The possibility of Dictyocaulus viviparas infestation ("husk") was considered, but no lung worms were found at P.M. examination of the...

Author(s)
Bugg, R. R.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1943, 55, pp 220

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