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Abstract

This book contains topics on the use of vaccination to control domestic and wild animal diseases, including foot and mouth disease, rinderpest, pest of small ruminants virus, contagious bovine pleuropneumonia, bluetongue, infectious bursal disease, Marek's disease, avian influenza, Newcastle...

Author(s)
Schudel, A.; Lombard, M.
Publisher
S Karger AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Control of infectious animal diseases by vaccination, 2004, pp xi + 515 pp.
Abstract

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

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 incidence of anthrax rose from the low level of 221 cases in 1960 to 255 in 1961 and 340 in 1962, Of the cases in 1962, 318 were in cattle, 18 in pigs and one each in a sheep, a mink, a raccoon and a horse. Feeding stuffs and fertilizers were the commonest probable sources of infection. Routine ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Great Britain. Report on the Animal Health Services in Great Britain 1961 and 1962., 1964, pp 109 pp.
Abstract

There were 222 cases of ANTHRAX confirmed in Gt. Britain in 1966, the lowest total since 1960. Tuberculin testing of cattle continued at 1- or 2-year intervals, and disclosed 3, 248 reactors out of 7, 141, 192 cattle tested. The percentage of reactors was 0.045%, a slight decrease on 1965. The...

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 1966., 1968, pp 128 pp.
Abstract

A commission was set up to direct investigations into pneumonia and influenza in pigs. A ten-year plan for the study of avian leucosis was drawn up. The building of a "liver fluke laboratory" was sanctioned for 1963. There were preliminary discussions on the transfer of the Central Veterinary...

Publisher
The Hague: Ministerie van Landbouw en Visserij.,
Citation
Netherlands. Verslag over de landbouw in Nederland over 1962., 1964, pp 411 pp.
Abstract

There were 492 ANTHRAX outbreaks; an increase of 162 over the previous year. The probable source of infection in most of the outbreaks was the meat and bone meal content of certain compounded feeding stuffs. Routine tuberculin testing at one- or two-yearly intervals, showed that the steady decrease ...

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 1964., 1966, pp 144 pp.
Abstract

There were 298 outbreaks of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE in the U.K. in I960; 70.593 animals were slaughtered, and over £2 million was paid in compensation. Half of the 26 primary outbreaks were attributed to imported meat, and many of the secondary outbreaks to contaminated cattle trucks. In 1, 213...

Author(s)
Anon
Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Great Britain. Report on the Animal Health Services in Great Britain 1960., 1962, pp 105 pp.
Abstract

This seventh edition follows its predecessors in providing information in English, French and Spanish on the occurrence of major diseases in 150 countries [for previous edition see V.B. 33, abst. 2661]. An important new feature is a thirty-page section "The economic losses caused by animal...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization. Paris: Office International des Epizooties.,
Citation
FAO/WHO/OIE. Animal Health Yearbook 1962., 1963, pp 399 + viii pp.
Abstract

The veterinary service consisted of 3, 772 qualified veterinary surgeons, 797 senior technicians and nearly 1500 laboratory and other assistants. Veterinarians employed on state cooperatives numbered 1035. Veterinary Institutes manufactured drugs and biological products worth 4, 593 million dinar...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Belgrade: Savezna Uprava za Poslova Veterinarstva,
Citation
Veterinarska Sluzba Jugoslavije 1962. Godine., 1963, pp 84 pp.

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