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The views of the above two distinguished helminthologists upon, the relations of parasites and stockbreeding in tropical or sub-tropical countries are of great general interest. Hitherto the presence oí the tick in the Southern United States has stood solidly in the way oí a prosperous cattle...

Author(s)
Ransom, B. H. ; Hall, M. C.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1920, 57, 4, pp 394-429
Abstract

I. This paper gives a detailed account of the methods which will be practised with increasing rigour in Russia for the control of the helminth parasites of domesticated animals. The greatest damage is caused by the liver fluke, the stomach worms of sheep, the tapeworms of ruminants, hydatid cyst (...

Author(s)
Skriabine, K. I.; Schulz, R. E.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1933, 7, pp 195-236
Abstract

I. The lungs or faeces of 440 deer of different species, 32 buffaloes, 23 mountain goats, 129 hares and 77 wild rabbits were examined, A very high infestation was found, ranging up to more than 90 % in some species; the commonest worms were Muellerius capillaris and Dictyocaulus viviparus in the...

Author(s)
Bohn, G.
Citation
Untersuchungen über den Lungenwurmbefall der wichtigsten deutschen Nutzwildarten., 1937, pp 44 pp.
Abstract

O. is consulting veterinary surgeon to the Swedish Fur Animal Breeders' Association. He gives an account of the prevailing diseases of fur animals in Sweden, where in 19S8 there were over 100, 000 breeding animals in captivity. The level of management is high, so that the loss from disease is...

Author(s)
Olsson, E.
Citation
Beretn. 5. nord. Vet. -mode, Kbh. 1939., 1940, pp 1002-1020 pp.
Abstract

The following are the chief items of interest: -
EDUCATION (pp. 320-321).-There are at present 2, 057 students enrolled, in the 10 American and two Canadian veterinary colleges. Some concern is expressed over the small number of graduates entering practice. It is hoped that next year a report will...

Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1944, 105, pp 320-578
Abstract

The Dean expresses considerable disapproval of the accelerated programme of studies during the war period in which students attended four terms in a year instead of three. The total registration for the veterinary curriculum was 310
DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY [HALLMAN, E. T.]- 710 autopsies were...

Author(s)
Giltner, W.
Citation
Report of the Division of Veterinary Science, Michigan State College of Agriculture and Applied Science, East Lansing, 1944., 1944, pp 61 pp.
Abstract

This is a general account of the subject, the differential diagnosis of gastro-intestinal strongyïosis in cattle from other conditions being taken into account. S. gives, in some detail, the differentiation of the eggs of the several species of strongyles concerned. From the stages of development...

Author(s)
Swierstra, D.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1950, 75, pp 237-244
Abstract

During 1957 North Borneo has remained free from major epizootics. Buffaloes, cattle, pigs and goats have greatly increased in number during the last five years.
Pigs are reasonably free from serious diseases but KIDNEY-WORMS and LUNGWORMS are found in nearly all pigs slaughtered in the abattoirs.
...

Author(s)
Berwick, E. J. H.
Publisher
Government Printing Dept., Jesselton, North Borneo
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture for the year 1957., 1958, pp 60 pp.
Abstract

Boophilus microplus occurred on cattle, deer and wild horses; control was by weekly spraying. DDT and Diazinon were used alternately, each for eight weeks, continued for 18 months. In one district where resistance to DDT was suspected coumaphos (Asuntol) was used with some success.
9, 378 cattle...

Author(s)
Henderson, F. C.
Publisher
Department of Agriculture., Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Citation
Papua and New Guinea. Department of Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries. Annual report 1959-1960., 1961, pp 126 ; 13-32
Abstract

Six groups, each of 12 bull calves which were born in May, castrated, dehorned and vaccinated against lungworms, were put out to pasture in May. The groups varied as to grassland management, supplemental feeding, and prophylactic use of anthelmintics. Serious parasitic gastro-enteritis (PGE)...

Author(s)
Oostendorp, D.; Harmsen, H. E.
Citation
Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Science, 1968, 16, pp 177-185

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