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STAFF.-There has been, and is, considerable difficulty in securing the services of a sufficient number of veterinarians for appointment, but it is anticipated that in a year or two a larger number of men will be forthcoming from the veterinary school of Sydney University. At present the Veterinary...

Author(s)
Henry, M.
Publisher
Department of Agriculture, New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Citation
Live Stock Diseases Report Recording Work During the Year ended June 30th, 1929., 1930,
Abstract

The author has been able to carry out post-mortem examinations on a number of wild antelopes and has discovered five new species and one new variety of trichostrongylid nematode: -Impalaia nudicollis from the blesbuck (Damaliscus albifrons); Bigalkea albifrontis (for which the new genus Bigalkea is ...

Author(s)
Mönnig, H. O.
Publisher
Pretoria : Govt. Printer,
Citation
17th Report, Director Veterinary Services & Animal Industries, Union of South Africa, 1931, pp 233-254 pp.
Abstract

T. longispicularis was first recognized in Australian sheep in 1933 and Andrews reports the finding of three male trichostrongyles in the fourth stomach of cattle from Louisiana, which appear to be referable to this species. A list of the measurements of the various parts of his specimens is given...

Author(s)
Andrews, J. S.
Citation
Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 1934, 1, pp 13
Abstract

Dikmans has made an examination of a number of specimens of C. punctata from cattle in Puerto Rico and found the spicules to be of very variable length, ranging almost up to the length of those described by BAYLIS for C. fieldingi. The morphology of spicules from these two species being the same,...

Author(s)
Dikmans, G.
Citation
Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 1935, 2, pp 84
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

Lambs unweaned and weaned become weak, show definite signs of malnutrition and finally die in the Motion Mains area of the South Island of New Zealand. This unthriftiness can be combated by better farming methods such as grazing cattle on the grass prior to the ewes and lambs. The rainfall of the...

Author(s)
Dixon, J. K.
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology, Section A, 1936, 17, pp 600-619
Abstract

Lambs, weaned from ewes at 24 hours of age, were reared on bovine milk and maintained under quarantine conditions in quarters with concrete floors that were swept daily and disinfected weekly. They were free from trichostrongyles as determined by faecal examinations. At various ages ranging from 1...

Author(s)
Cameron, H. S.; Stewart, M. A.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1937, 23, pp 569-570
Abstract

A report on parasitic gastritis in young cattle due to Trichostrongylus axei which is said to suggest a biological difference between the species causing the condition in cattle and sheep. In the yearling cattle there was a high mortality, while adult sheep on the pasture remained healthy....

Author(s)
Taylor, E. L.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1937, 93, pp 353-355
Abstract

Statistics from the abattoirs of Tirnovo, Gorna-Orechowitza, and Sofia show that the intestinal mucosae of 88 % of cattle and nearly 100 % of buffaloes contain nodules of this worm. As many as 500 or more nodules may be found in the intestine of a single animal and 50-200 are commonly found. M....

Author(s)
Matoff, K.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Parasitenkunde, 1938, 10, pp 329-339
Abstract

II. The same two fungi were used in the experiments, but they were grown in both solid and liquid media. The procedure was the same as in I. The effect of the fungi on the larvae of parasites belonging to the family Trichostrongylidae was studied. The larvae of Haemonchus, Nematodirus, Cooperia,...

Author(s)
Descazeaux, J.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1939, 32, pp 457-459

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