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The year 1968 opened with the continuation of the foot and mouth disease epidemic that started at Oswestry on the 25th October, 1957; this was not over until the 4th June. During this epidemic there were 2, 364 outbreaks (187 in 1968), involving 2, 346 farms, i.e. the disease was confirmed on a...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Great Britain. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland. Report on the Animal Health Services in Great Britain 1968., 1970, pp 138 pp.
Abstract

This book was written expressly for the veterinary student, and it is a lucid summary not only of the helminth species but also of the chief diseases caused by helminths in cattle, sheep, Equidae, pig, dog, cat and poultry. This is a welcome and refreshing change from the dull type of book which is ...

Author(s)
Dünn, A. M.
Publisher
London: William Heinemann,
Citation
Veterinary helminthology., 1969, pp xi + 302 pp.
Abstract

The year 1967 was marked by a major epidemic of foot and mouth disease (details on pages 10-19), and by completion of the eradication of swine fever. The number of cases of ANTHRAX was higher than the average for the past ten years. TUBERCULIN TESTING performed on 6.2 million cattle in 119, 000...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Great Britain. Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland. Report on the animal health services in Great Britain 1967., 1969, pp 123 pp.
Abstract

The slow increase in the incidence of ANTHRAX, evident during the 1960's, continued but at 515 outbreaks it was well below the high figures of 1952, 1955 and 1956. Most (444) outbreaks were attributed to infection from feeding stuffs. TUBERCULIN TESTING was done on 7.5 million cattle, and 3, 874...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Great Britain. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland. Report on the Animal Health Services in Great Britain 1965., 1967, pp 104 pp.
Abstract

This Ministry of Agriculture survey covers management, production, disease, culling and mortality during a period of 12 months (1957/58) in 1, 158 dairy herds containing about 31, 000 cows in England, Scotland and Wales.
The estimated incidence of disease, expressed as the number of cows affected...

Author(s)
Leech, F. B.; Davis, M. E.; Macrae, W. D.; Withers, F. W.
Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Office,
Citation
Disease, wastage and husbandry in the British dairy herd. Report of a National Survey in 1957-58., 1960, pp 62 pp.
Abstract

Although our Milk & Dairies' legislation has been greatly simplified during the last few years by a consolidation of the many previous enactments, it is still complicated enough to make it difficult for a novice to put his finger on any special point he may wish to ascertain and learn all its...

Author(s)
Barton, A. L.
Publisher
London: Charles Griffin & Co. Ltd.,
Citation
Dairy law, sum and substance., 1951, pp viii+196 pp.
Abstract

This third edition appears within six years of the first. There has been a general revision of the text and additions which increase the usefulness of this well-known book have been made to the chapters dealing with allergic reactions, clinical biochemistry, clinical bacteriology and clinical...

Author(s)
Boddie, G. F.
Publisher
Oliver & Boyd., Edinburgh & London, UK
Citation
Diagnostic methods in veterinary medicine., 1950, 3rd Edn, pp viii + 389 pp.
Abstract

Although this book has been written primarily for sanitary inspectors, the parts dealing with milk and milk production, meat inspection and food control are of veterinary interest. The work has already run into six editions, having been first published in 1933 with an introduction by Sir Wilson...

Author(s)
Clay, H. H.
Publisher
London: H. K. Lewis & Co. Ltd.,
Citation
The Sanitary Inspector's Handbook. A Manual for Sanitary Inspectors and other Public Health Officers., 1947, 6th Edit, pp xxii + 546 pp.
Abstract

Sir Frederick Smith's intention in undertaking the great work, of which this is the concluding volume, was to trace the history of veterinary literature from the earliest known times down to the middle of the 19th century. This volume deals with the writings of 150 English veterinary authors, from...

Author(s)
Smith, F.
Publisher
London : Baillière, Tindall & Cox.,
Citation
The Early History of Veterinary Literature and its British Development. Vol. IV. The Nineteenth Century, 1823-1860., 1938, pp xxiv + 161 pp.
Abstract

This is written in non-technical language primarily for sheep farmers, though it is a very useful summary of tick-borne sheep diseases of the United Kingdom for veterinary surgeons.
The life-history of I.r. is given, and then louping ill and tick-borne fever are well described as examples of...

Author(s)
Macleod, J.
Publisher
London : Cooper Technical Bureau.,
Citation
Parasites of Sheep. Bulletin No. 2. The Sheep Tick, Ixodes ricinus., 1938, pp 27 pp.

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