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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

The author has been prompted to investigate the problem of echinococcosis in Syria by the publications of DEVE, BAROTTE and VELU, and SENEVET and WITAS regarding this parasite in Northern Africa.
His paper is divided into five sections dealing with (1) abattoir statistics regarding the parasite in...

Author(s)
Valade, P.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1927, 20, 10, pp 1004-1019 pp.
Abstract

There were no retrenchments in staff during the year. The Chief Veterinary Officer was on leave from 5th March to 20th October and, during his absence, first Mr. J. WALKER, Chief Veterinary Research Officer, and then Mr. R. DAUBNEY, Acting Deputy Director; (Animal Industry), officiated as C.V.O.
...

Author(s)
Brassey-edwards, H. H.
Publisher
Nairobi: Govt. Printer,
Citation
Annual Report Department Agriculture Kenya, 1932, 1933, pp 184-270 pp.
Abstract

The report is divided into main sections on Staff, Diseases of Animals, Trade in Livestock and Products, and Improvement of Livestock. The Report of the Veterinary Research Officer is given as an appendix.
STAFF.
The field veterinary officers are assisted by native stock inspectors [semiskilled],...

Author(s)
Kennedy, W.
Publisher
SUDAN GOVERNMENT,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Service, 1933., 1934, pp 28 pp.
Abstract

" Progress has been made in scientific research in animal diseases, especially those of major economic importance in the raising of domesticated and fur-bearing animals, conducted at the Animal Diseases Research Institute, Hull, P.Q., the Veterinary Research Station, Lethbridge, Alta., and the...

Author(s)
Watson, E. A.
Publisher
Can.,
Citation
Report. vet. Dir. gen. Dep. Agric., Can., 1934, pp 40-56 pp.
Abstract

The veterinary staff numbered nine, which left one area without a district veterinary officer.
The animal disease situation was good all round: there was an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Barotseland in September which was controlled by a standstill order for stock. Contagious bovine...

Author(s)
Morris, J. P. A.
Publisher
Govt. Printer, Livingstone, NORTHERN RHODESIA
Citation
Department of Animal Health. Annual Report for the Year 1933., 1934, pp 71 pp.
Abstract

The authors have made a study of human hospital and of abattoir statistics and find that the most heavily infected zones are those in which most cattle are kept. Where cattle are scarce sheep are only lightly infected. Humidity may have some bearing upon this as cattle are only kept in the...

Author(s)
Martin; Arnaud; Velu, H.
Publisher
Algiers: Imp. F. Fontana.,
Citation
Ve Congr. Ann. Fed. Sci. med. Algerie, Tunisie & Maroc., 1935, 1935, pp 24 pp.
Abstract

The authors have made a study of human hospital and of abattoir statistics and find that the most heavily infected zones are those in which most cattle are kept. Where cattle are scarce sheep are only lightly infected. Humidity may have some bearing upon this as cattle are only kept in the...

Author(s)
Martin; Arnaud.
Citation
Maroc Medical, 1935, pp 307-311
Abstract

The authors have made a study of human hospital and of abattoir statistics and find that the most heavily infected zones are those in which most cattle are kept. Where cattle are scarce sheep are only lightly infected. Humidity may have some bearing upon this as cattle are only kept in the...

Author(s)
Velu, H.; Sarthou.
Citation
Maroc Medical, 1935, pp 312-318
Abstract

The professional staff consisted of the Director, two Research Officers and ten Veterinary Inspectors.
DISEASES OF ANIMALS.
RINDERPEST was wide-spread, especially during the dry season. More serum was issued than in previous years, viz, 136, 272 doses (50 c.c.) as compared with 102, 000 in 1934....

Author(s)
Williams, H. B.
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Service, 1935., 1936, pp 33 pp.

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