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Abstract

The records of 4152 large animals hospitalized during 14 years showed that 60.3% were cattle, 24% horses, 7.4% pigs, 6.8% sheep, and 1.5% goats. The intake of patients is reviewed according to breed, age and sex, and the detailed distributions according to these parameters are tabulated.

Author(s)
Contreras, P.; Deppe, R.; Gonzalez, S.; Prussing, B.; Munzenmayer, W.
Citation
Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria, Chile, 1978, 10, 2, pp 160-168
Abstract

There is no veterinary surgeon on the islands, but the agricultural officer maintains a stock of drugs and disinfectants for free issue.
He also treats accidents, calving cases, makes P.M. examinations, and issues death certificates and certificates of health to cover insured pedigree rams and...

Citation
Department of Agriculture. Annual Report for 1950., 1950, pp 4 pp.
Abstract

There is no veterinarian on the staff of the Department. The weather was favourable for livestock and the lamb crop was well above the average. Livestock returns in June 1940 show 605, 359 sheep, 9, 765 cattle, and 3, 382 horses. 13, 088 sheep were exported for "freezing in Chile for export" and...

Citation
Annual Report of theDepartment of Agriculture for the Year Ending 30th June, 1941., 1941, pp 6 pp.

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