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In the province of Santiago del Estero (Argentina) the infectious paraplegia previously described by Mascara [V.B. 29, 2441] has been observed not only in goats, horses, sheep and cattle but also in pigs and dogs. In dogs it was often difficult to distinguish the condition from rabies and...

Author(s)
MEYERS, J. C.
Publisher
B. Aires,
Citation
Rev. Med. vet., 1958, 39, pp 114
Abstract

The author discussed the literature on haemoglobinuria caused by Clostridium haemolyticum in cattle and, occasionally, in sheep in Chile. It is widely distributed between the 27th and 40th parallels of latitude, most cases occurring during late summer and autumn, especially in mountain valleys,...

Author(s)
ANDERSON, E. H.
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaermedicin, 1950, 2, pp 688-696
Abstract

IV. Incidence of brucellosis in dairy cattle in the Argentine was studied by the ring test, whilst whole blood agglutination tests were carried out in abattoirs, packing stations etc. Premiums for brucellosis-free herds are contemplated as inducement to farmers. Calfhood vaccination with Strain 19...

Author(s)
ANON.
Citation
Recent developments affecting livestock production in the Americas, 1956, pp 104-110 pp.
Abstract

II. A vitamin deficiency in ruminants in the Argentine was reported, caused by a diet of Cynodon hirsutus and C. dactylon. HCN, produced by these grasses, appears to destroy the micro-organisms synthesizing vitamins of the B complex. The conditions responded to injections of the above mentioned...

Author(s)
ANON.
Citation
Recent developments affecting livestock production in the Americas, 1956, pp 83-98 pp.
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

III. From the Argentine it was reported that control of F. & M. disease by periodic vaccination every 4 months, restriction of movement and sanitary police measures was effective. Vaccine production by private and semiprivate laboratories is controlled by the National Foot and Mouth Disease...

Author(s)
ANON.
Citation
Recent developments affecting livestock production in the Americas, 1956, pp 99-104
Abstract

An account of human brucellosis in Chile. In a series of 104 cases that occurred over a period of three years more than half were shepherds, owners of flocks, milkers, etc., and examination showed 26% of goats to be positive, 19% of sheep, 38% of slaughterhouse cattle and 38% of slaughterhouse pigs.

Author(s)
ROMERO Y ORTEGA, N.
Citation
Revista Chilena de Higiene y Medicina Preventiva, 1948, 10, pp 227-236
Abstract

Agglutination tests were made on milk samples from 400 stalled cows in 60 herds. Twenty-five (6.2%) positive reactions, with titres of 1: 25-1: 800, were obtained. Seven strains of B. abortus were isolated from seven cows with titres higher than 1: 50. Thirty- eight blood-aggln. tests made on...

Author(s)
SAN MARTIN SOTO, V.
Citation
Revista Chilena de Higiene y Medicina Preventiva, 1942, 5, pp 25-38
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.
Abstract

" Laikipia lung disease " which is also known as " Ngobit, " " Nanyuki, " and " Rumuruti lung disease, " is a pleuro-pneumonia of sheep and lambs.
The disease has a wide distribution in the Colony, and the author does not doubt that, in the course of time, its distribution will become still wider,...

Author(s)
METTAM, R. W. M.
Publisher
Kenya., Nairobi : Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report, Department of Agriculture, 1930, pp 333-363

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