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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

California imported 602, 926 animals in 1942. These included 12, 504 dairy cattle, 99, 296 beef cattle, 483, 984 sheep and 4, 737 equines.
BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS eradication is carried on in co-operation with the U.S.A. Bureau of Animal Industry. 1, 242, 325 cattle were tested and 0.2% reacted. All...

Author(s)
Duckworth, C. U.
Citation
Bull. Dep. Agric. Calif., 1942, 31, pp 257-286
Abstract

The results of three experiments indicated that 50- and 60 g. doses of phenothiazine to yearling cattle were not large enough to remove a satisfactory percentage of O. ostertagi but were satisfactory for removing T. axei.
Doses of 125 g. removed a much greater percentage of O. ostertagi, and...

Author(s)
Cauthen, G. E.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1953, 14, pp 33-34
Abstract

Recent submissions to the veterinary diagnostics laboratory in Amarillo, Texas, USA, indicated that stage II ostertagiasis may be a greater problem in imported stocker/feeder cattle than previously expected. Results suggest that stage II ostertagiasis may be a significant cause of cattle that never ...

Author(s)
Hollis, L. C.
Citation
Southwestern Veterinarian, 1985, 36, 3, pp 200
Abstract

This report summarizes the results of 4 trials which compare the performance of feedlot steers treated with either fenbendazole (5 mg/kg bwt) plus a coumaphos dip, or trichlorfon pour on, or ivermectin. The trials were conducted in commercial or research feedlots in Colorado, Texas, Arizona and...

Author(s)
Myers, G. H.; Grant, R. J.
Citation
Agri-Practice, 1988, 9, 5, pp 39-42
Abstract

This paper reviews what is known and not known about the epidemiology of Ostertagia ostertagi and related gastrointestinal nematodes in commercial beef-type cow herds in southeastern USA (Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee and eastern Texas) under the headings:...

Author(s)
Snyder, D. E.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 46, 1-4, pp 277-288
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 ...

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

In January 1997, the cause of a nonresponsive respiratory disease with high mortality in a group of 207 mixed-breed, beef stocker heifers on a central Texas ranch, was investigated. The primary problem was identified as a severe outbreak of lungworms caused by unusual weather. Gastrointestinal...

Author(s)
Barling, K.; Wikse, S.; Field, R.; Edwards, J.; Craig, T.
Citation
Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian, 1998, 20, 4 Supplement, pp S104-S109

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