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ARIZONA, 1939-4.-Short notes are given on (1) negative bacteriological research into INFECTUOUS-KERATITIS in range cattle, (2) calf losses and their prevention by more skilful management, (3) control of ox-warble flies by derris, and (4) the breeding of strains of fowls resistant to FOWL PARALYSIS. ...

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Extracts from Annual Reports of Agricultural Experiment Stations, U.S.A.,
Abstract

The normal activities of the bureau continued to function satisfactorily; the U.S.A. remained free from major epizootics throughout the year. There were 4, 428 regular civil service employees and of these 2, 081 were in the professional and scientific service, 93% being veterinarians. Expenditure...

Author(s)
Mohler, J. R.
Publisher
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Printing Office.,
Citation
Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 1941., 1941, pp 92 pp.
Abstract

No natural outbreaks of AFLATOXICOSIS were diagnosed, but trials were carried out to determine the effects of prolonged feeding of infected groundnut cake to newly weaned pigs, calves, and lambs, and to day-old chicks, ducks and turkeys. For six months their rations included 20-25% groundnut cake...

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Anon.
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Rhodesia. Report of the Assistant Director of Veterinary Services (Research) for the year ending 30th September, 1964., 1965, pp 15 pp.
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A total of 41 cows and their calves were used to evaluate the effect of midsummer treatment (August 3) with ivermectin (IVOMEC) in Oklahoma, USA. August-October weight gains in calves (119 lbs in 21 controls compared with 143 lbs in 20 treated animals) were significantly improved by treatment....

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Smith, S. C.; Kelley, J. W.
Citation
Animal Science Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University, 1991, MP-134, pp 201-203
Abstract

Samples were taken from 63 beef operations in Nevada and California, USA, in 1990 before turnout to evaluate anthelmintic treatments applied during 1989. Operations represented 3 grazing regimens: irrigated pasture/meadow; meadow to mountain; desert/basin to mountain. The cattle were subjected to 1 ...

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Torell, R. C.; Kvasnicka, W.; Veserat, G.; Krysl, L. J.; Nader, G.; Bliss, D.
Publisher
American Society of Animal Science, Champaign, USA
Citation
Proceedings Western Section, American Society of Animal Science, July 8-10, 1992: Volume 43., 1992, pp 258-260
Abstract

Observations on faecal egg count (FEC) and nematode identification data were compiled to help determine the extent of nematode parasitism in cows and their nursing calves in various regions of the USA. Overall mean FEC values for cows in Utah, Louisiana, Nevada, Texas and California were 7 eggs per ...

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Miller, J. E.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 46, 1-4, pp 289-295
Abstract

The epidemiology of bovine ostertagiasis in northwestern USA (Oregon, Montana, Washington State, Idaho, Wyoming, California, Nevada, Utah) is reviewed under the headings: factors influencing epizootiology (elevation, topography, moisture, rainfall, snow, geothermal water, irrigation); epidemiology...

Author(s)
Zimmerman, G. L.; Worley, D. E.; Rickard, L. G.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 46, 1-4, pp 303-311

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