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This report, dealing with field and laboratory control of animal disease and live stock husbandry, covers a year from mid 1947 to mid 1948. During the year the Director, Dr. P. J. du Toit, retired and was succeeded by Dr. G. v. d. W. de Kock.
Among a wide range of animal diseases under...

Author(s)
De Kock, G.
Publisher
Afr.,
Citation
Farming in South Africa, 1949, 24, pp 65-78
Abstract

This report, dealing with field and laboratory control of animal disease and live stock husbandry, covers a year from mid 1947 to mid 1948. During the year the Director, Dr. P. J. du Toit, retired and was succeeded by Dr. G. v. d. W. de Kock.
Among a wide range of animal diseases under...

Author(s)
De Kock, G.
Publisher
Afr.,
Citation
Farming in South Africa, 1949, 24, pp 121
Abstract

This report, dealing with field and laboratory control of animal disease and live stock husbandry, covers a year from mid 1947 to mid 1948. During the year the Director, Dr. P. J. du Toit, retired and was succeeded by Dr. G. v. d. W. de Kock.
Among a wide range of animal diseases under...

Author(s)
De Kock, G.
Publisher
Afr.,
Citation
Farming in South Africa, 1949, 24, pp 153
Abstract

There was a remarkable increase in the number of doses of vaccines issued, tests conducted and smears examined at the Onderste-poort and the Allerton Laboratories. The percentage increase in the use of some vaccines was as follows: CONTAGIOUS ABORTION vaccine by 57.9%, FOWL Pox by 25.2%, LAMSIEKTE...

Author(s)
De Kock, G.
Citation
Farming in South Africa, 1949, 24, pp 521-533
Abstract

I. The author summarizes briefly the subtropical diseases, which have been a subject of research in the Union of South Africa, under the following headings:
(1) VIRUS DISEASES, (a) Horse sickness. The losses were less than 1 % in immunizing 100, 000 horses and mules with the mouse-adapted strains...

Author(s)
De Kock, G.
Citation
Report. 13th Int. Vet. Congr., 1938, 1938, 2, pp 734-751

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