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Abstract

Fencing erected to keep out game from FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE infected areas has been maintained.
BOTULISM AND APHOSPHOROSIS continued to be a cause of heavy losses. Not all cattle owners availed themselves of a vaccine or of bone meal available as a feeding supplement. More use was made of CALF...

Author(s)
Roe, J. E. R.
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Department for the year 1954., 1955, pp 45 pp.
Abstract

The staff position improved during the year and a full establishment of veterinary officers was achieved. Livestock exports showed a considerable drop and carcass meat was sold to the traditional markets of South Africa, Northern Rhodesia and the Belgian Congo.
Extensive grass fires did great...

Author(s)
Roe, J. E. R.
Publisher
Mafeking, Cape Province: Mafeking Mail (Pty.) Ltd.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Veterinary Services for the year ended 31st December, 1956., 1959, pp 70 pp.
Abstract

There were losses from ANTHRAX among non-inoculated animals; 935, 909 cattle were vaccinated. In some districts losses from BLACKLEG were severe through lack of prophylactic precautions by the owners; 93, 344 cattle were vaccinated. Compulsory free vaccinations of all female cattle against...

Author(s)
Roe, J. E. R.
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Veterinary Services for the year ended 31st December, 1953., 1954, pp 34 pp.
Abstract

Among 722, 545 animals vaccinated against ANTHRAX only five deaths occurred. BLACKLEG is endemic and causes severe losses; 134, 062 cattle were vaccinated. Three hundred and eighty animals were vaccinated against BOVINE CONTAGIOUS ABORTION. BOVINE BOTULISM is endemic and causes severe losses; 9,...

Author(s)
Roe, J. E. R.
Citation
Annual report of the Veterinary Department for the year 1951., 1952, pp 19 pp.
Abstract

RINDERPEST appeared again, initially affecting young wildebeest and buffalo. The disease occurred only among wildebeest and buffalo. All susceptible cattle in the infected areas were immunized; over 1.5 million cattle were treated. As the spread of the disease was feared, immunizations were carried ...

Author(s)
Roe, J. E. R.
Publisher
TANGANYIKA.; Dar es Salaam: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual report of the veterinary department for the year ending 31st December, 1957., 1958, 1, pp 42
Abstract

Seven new veterinary centres were opened and three were closed. Demand for blackquarter vaccine and trypanocidal drugs increased. The number of treatments for TRYPANOSOMIASIS has risen from 65, 000 in 1957 to 411, 000. Only 4 cases of AFRICAN HORSE SICKNESS were recorded; 70 horses were vaccinated. ...

Author(s)
Roe, J. E. R.
Publisher
Dar es Salaam: Govt. Printer,
Citation
Tanganyika. Annual Report of the Department of Veterinary Services, 1960., 1962, pp 60 pp.

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