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The 1964 census showed 3, 852, 035 cattle, 562.606 goats, 384, 854 sheep, 95, 532 pigs, and 96, 619 equines. There was a small outbreak of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE in cattle, which was due to the same virus strain (SAT 2) and occurred in the same locality as the 1962 outbreak. Erection of a cordon...

Author(s)
May, T. L.
Citation
Rhodesia. Annual Report of the Director of Veterinary Services for the year ending 30th September, 1964., 1965, pp 15 pp.
Abstract

The report contains a brief description of the research and field work carried out at Ruakura, Whatawhata, Wallaceville and various other stations. There are also lists of the year's publication. Following the MASTITIS survey in 1965/66 an abattoir survey was carried out during a six-month period...

Author(s)
Anon.
Citation
New Zealand. Research in the New Zealand Department of Agriculture. Annual report of Research Division 1967-68., 1969, pp 196 pp.
Abstract

The incidence and severity of BLOAT were reduced by spraying pastures with emulsified heavy paraffin, but there was no difference in butterfat production from sprayed and unsprayed pastures. It appeared that the food intake of cattle was little affected by bloat. E.F. 665-a light liquid paraffin...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Wellington: N.Z. Dept. Agric.,
Citation
New Zealand. Annual reports of Ruakura and Wallacevilte Animal Research Stations and Whatawhata Hill Country Station 1963-64., 1965, pp 56 pp.
Abstract

There was an existing outbreak of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE in the Wankie Native District at the beginning of the year. Two other outbreaks were recorded, one in the same district and one in the Beitbridge Native District. Both the Wankie outbreaks were due to virus S.A.T.I, and that at Beitbridge to...

Author(s)
Corry, J. R.
Publisher
Salisbury: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Report of the secretary to the Federal Ministry of Agriculture for the year ended 30th September, 1959., 1960, pp 212; 163-194 pp.
Abstract

MASTITIS due to Bact. coli and Bact. aerogenes was reported. STAPHYLOCOCCAL MASTITIS is still a problem and does not respond well to streptomycin, streptomycin-penicillin, aureomycin or dibromopropamidine. TUBERCULOSIS appears to be more prevalent in beef cattle than was anticipated. The policy of...

Publisher
AUSTRALIA. QUEENSLAND., Brisbane : A. H. Tucker, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1953-54., 1954, pp 109 pp.
Abstract

Vaccination against BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEUROPNEUMONIA is of considerable value but close supervision and attention to detail in the act of vaccination are essential to success. Intensive surveys and inspections and co-operation with slaughtering establishments are directed towards early detection...

Author(s)
Bell, A. F.
Publisher
A. H. Tucker, Govt. Printer., Brisbane, Australia
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1951-52., 1952, pp 125 ; 25; 71-72; 74-107 pp.
Abstract

Animal Industry Division. Health of Livestock. £107, 595 compensation was paid for diseased animals slaughtered and £64, 170 for loss of production for cows and heifers condemned as reactors to the tuberculin test. The incidence of TUBERCULOSIS in cattle and pigs is given as: cows 9.2%, bullocks...

Author(s)
Tennent, R. B.
Publisher
Wellington : R. E. Owen, Government Printer.,
Citation
Report of the Department of Agriculture for the year ended 31 March 1958., 1958, pp 161 pp.
Abstract

Progress in disease control and animal husbandry during the last 25 years is briefly reviewed. Tuberculosis was controlled by a wider use of diagnostic methods and slaughter of affected animals; satisfactory results are reported for the short thermal tuberculin test as a supplementary test in...

Author(s)
Bull, L. B.
Citation
Empire Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 1958, 26, pp 92-103
Abstract

Outbreaks of ANAPLASMOSIS ran the usual mild course seen in Queensland. The wet season favoured extension of the regions affected by cattle tick, and buffalo fly (shown in maps). Field trials showed that spraying with chlordane (0.25%), toxaphene (0.5%) or dieldrin (0.5%) provided satisfactory...

Publisher
A. H. Tucker Govt. printer., Brisbane, Australia
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1950-51., 1951, pp 94 pp.
Abstract

I. Over 30, 000 cattle, 953 sheep and goats and 39 donkeys were inoculated with ANTHRAX vaccine in Oct. and Nov. There were 135 deaths from BLACKLEG. Tuberculin testing disclosed 0-2% of reactors in 2, 473 head of cattle and 2-14% in 2, 578. Of 1, 765 beef carcasses 0-34% were condemned on account...

Author(s)
Mackinnon, J.
Citation
Rhodesia Agricultural Journal, 1957, 54, pp 93-97

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