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This is a serious disease in beef and dairy cattle in Florida and the south-eastern States causing considerable economic loss due to mortality and decreased production. Surveys have shown that over 30% of adult cattle in Florida are carriers of Anaplasma marginale. Studies are continuing on the...

Author(s)
Edds, G. T.; White, F. H.
Citation
Ann. Rep. Univ. Fla. agric. Exp St., 1966, pp 205 p
Abstract

Blood samples were collected from egrets (Bubulcus ibis) on 29 farms in Florida. Four out of 85 serum samples had HI antibodies to eastern viral encephalitis, three of these giving a positive serum neutralization test and one being equivocal. Three of 76 samples were positive for Mycoplasma in...

Author(s)
Bigler, W. J.; Nichols, J. B.; L; Ers, T. L.
Citation
Southwestern Veterinarian, 1967, 20, pp 99-100
Abstract

Three methods compared on 12 Hereford and 12 zebu virgin heifers were sexual behaviour, vaginal temperature, and crystallization pattern of cervical mucus. The cervical mucus crystallization was the best method but it only detected 81% of ovulations.
Zebu cattle had a much lower rate of ovulation...

Author(s)
Howes, J. R.; Warnick, A. C.; Hentges, J. F.
Citation
Fertility and Sterility, 1960, 11, pp 508-517
Abstract

Haematobia (Siphona) irritans was brought to North America about 1887, probably from France. In the U.S.A. it is said to cause annually 150 million dollars worth of damage. "Fly worry" occurs when there are more than about 400 flies on one animal and infestations with ten times this number are...

Author(s)
Bruce, W. G.
Citation
Tech. Bull. N. Car. Agric. Exp. Stn., 1964, 157, pp 33 pp.
Abstract

Encephalomyocarditis virus was isolated from 6 herds of pigs, a cow, a squirrel and a raccoon in Florida. The main lesion was lym-phocytic myocarditis, sometimes with calcification; encephalitis was not found in the pigs examined. Myocarditis was reproduced in pigs by oral or parenteral inoculation ...

Author(s)
Gainer, J. H.
Publisher
Minneapolis,
Citation
Proceedings. United States Live Stock Sanitary Association, 1961, 1962, pp 556-572 pp.
Abstract

A note on ergotism in cattle in Florida caused by Claviceps paspali on Argentine Bahia grass (Paspalum notatum) and Dallis grass (P. dilatatum).-A.S.

Author(s)
SIMPSON, C. F.; WEST, E.
Citation
Circ. Fla. agric. Exp. Stn., 1952, S-43, pp 6 pp.
Abstract

Many diseases of cattle affect deer, the young being most susceptible. The main losses are due to malnutrition and parasitic infestations.
The grazing of cattle and sheep over or adjacent to range areas used by deer infects the pasture with intestinal and other helminths which cause losses either...

Author(s)
HERMAN, C. M.
Citation
Trans. 10th N. Amer. Wildl. Conf, 1945, pp 242-246 pp.
Abstract

Several species of Crotalaria have been usedextensively ascover crops in Florida; they are valuablegreen manurecrops and two species have been usedas feed for cattle. The plant is leguminous and grows luxuriantly on light sandysoils. Experiments have shown that some of the species are poisonous to...

Author(s)
EMMEL, M. W.; SANDERS, D. A.
Citation
Pr. Bull. Fla agric, Exp. Stn., 1942, 674, pp 3 pp.
Abstract

Eradication of the cattle fever tick had resulted during the year in the release from quarantine of 10, 904 sq. miles of territory in Florida and Texas and 1, 243 sq. miles in Puerto Rico. Satisfactory progress had been achieved in reducing the numbers of deer in affected areas in Florida. Small...

Citation
Proceedings. United States Live Stock Sanitary Association, 1938, 1939, pp 63-65 pp.
Abstract

A general review of the great importance of bovine brucellosis in Uruguay and the need for adequate control measures. Investigations made in 1936 revealed that 650 out of 1, 883 animals examined in the department of Montevideo were reactors, 81 out of 255 in the department of Canelones, 40 out of...

Author(s)
GUILLERMO; LOCKART, P.; BERNINZONI, T.
Publisher
Montevideo,
Citation
Bol. mens. Direcc. Ganad., 1936, 20, pp 22-31

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