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Abstract

Livestock keeping is the mainstay for the pastoral community while also providing social and cultural value. This study ranked main production constraints and cattle diseases that impacted livelihood and estimated herd prevalence, incidence rate, and impact of diseases on production parameters in a ...

Author(s)
Onono, J. O.; Wieland, B.; Rushton, J.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 2013, 45, 6, pp 1415-1422
Abstract

Staff With the return of 14 serving officers from the one academic year conversion course from local diploma to degree status of the Nairobi University College, the staff situation improved. Four Ugandan officers were promoted to senior posts in the directorate.
Animal Health The major concern was...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Entebbe: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Uganda. Annual report of the Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry, 1964., 1966, pp 50 pp.
Abstract

There were no confirmed outbreaks of rinderpest, lumpy skin disease, African swine fever, or Rift Valley fever; rinderpest was suspected in the North-Eastern province, however, and 1, 705, 231 cattle were vaccinated. The incidence of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE (types O, A, and C) was generally higher...

Author(s)
Anon
Publisher
Kabete: The Department,
Citation
Republic of Kenya. Veterinary Department annual report 1966., 1969, pp 90
Abstract

Among cattle, foot and mouth disease was widespread especially in the coastal and eastern provinces. An outbreak due to SAT III type was recorded and controlled by prompt vaccination. Rinderpest is practically under control. Out of 15 outbreaks of rinderpest-like disease two were confirmed as...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Kabete: The Department,
Citation
Republic of Kenya. Depart-ment of Veterinary Services annual report 1967., 1969, pp 81 pp.
Abstract

The livestock industry has a high priority in the 6-year Development Plan 1962-68 and the Veterinary Division was involved in intense activity developing the details of the programme, finalizing agreements with various sources of external aid and initiating the Projects. The Projects and the...

Author(s)
Macgregor, D. E.
Publisher
Kaduna: Ministry of Internal Affairs.,
Citation
Nigeria. Annual Report on the Veterinary Division of the Ministry of Animal and Forest Resources, Northern Nigeria 1962-63., 1965, pp 61 pp.
Abstract

The Veterinary Division of the Ministry of Animal and Forest Resources was being subdivided into three Divisions-the Animal Health Division covers all matters relating to Animal Health, the investigation services, and Staff training. An Animal Husbandry Division has recently been created to deal...

Author(s)
Macgregor, D. E.
Publisher
65 Kaduna: Government Printer,
Citation
Northern Nigeria. Annual report of Animal Health Division, 1963., 1966, pp 64 pp.
Abstract

FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE was still the most important problem. A vaccine from Amsterdam was used against types O and A. Type SAT.2 invaded from Tanganyika early in the year and mass inoculations with the Pirbright experimental modified live vaccine prevented further spread. Reactions to the Pirbright ...

Author(s)
MacOwan, K. D. S.
Publisher
Nairobi: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Kenya., 1961, pp 105 pp.
Abstract

Droughts caused stock losses in many regions. Comparable losses were also caused by toxic plants, whose importance is becoming ever greater, with the intensification of farming. There were hundreds of deaths in the Transvaal from GOUSIEKTE, which was shown to be due to poisoning by the wild date ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Pretoria: Govt. Printer. RO.60 (Overseas RO.75),
Citation
Republic of South Africa. Annual Report of the Secretary for Agricultural Technical Services for the period 1st July 1962, to 30th June, 1963., 1964, pp 106 pp.
Abstract

The 1961 census showed approx. 3.383.000 cattle, 2, 533, 000 goats, 832, 000 sheep and 16, 000 pigs. About 70% of the cattle population were Shorthorn Zebu, 15% Ankole Longhorn and the remainder Nganda, Nsoga and Nyoro with some 1, 300 exotic dairy cattle, mainly Jersey and Guernsey. There were...

Author(s)
Sanders, R. N.
Publisher
Entebbe: Govern ment Printer.,
Citation
Uganda Protectorate. Annual Report of the Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry for the year ended 31st December, 1961., 1962, pp 58 pp.
Abstract

There were no outbreaks of the following scheduled diseases-rinderpest, glanders, haemorrhagic septicaemia, ephemeral fever, bluetongue, Q fever, dourine, epizootic lymphangitis, equine infectious anaemia, African horse sickness, swine fever, swine erysipelas, canine leishmaniasis, pulloram...

Publisher
Beit-Dagan: Dept. of Veterinary Services.,
Citation
Israel. Field veterinary services. Report for the year 1961., 1962, pp 47 pp.

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