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This massive tome in the French language, of 335 cyclostyled foolscap pages records the details of every aspect of the work in 1965 of the Central African regional organization of the Institute of Tropical Veterinary Medicine, centred at Alfort in France. The regional organization includes the...

Author(s)
Graber, M.
Publisher
Fort-Lamy, Chad: Laboratoire de Farcha.,
Citation
Chad. Institut d'Elevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux. Region de recherches vétérinaires et zootechniques de 1'Afrique Centrale. Laboratoire de Farcha. Rapport annuel 1965., 1966, pp 335 pp.
Abstract

The Veterinary Division of the Ministry of Animal and Forest Resources was being subdivided into three Divisions-the Animal Health Division covers all matters relating to Animal Health, the investigation services, and Staff training. An Animal Husbandry Division has recently been created to deal...

Author(s)
Macgregor, D. E.
Publisher
65 Kaduna: Government Printer,
Citation
Northern Nigeria. Annual report of Animal Health Division, 1963., 1966, pp 64 pp.
Abstract

FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE was still the most important problem. A vaccine from Amsterdam was used against types O and A. Type SAT.2 invaded from Tanganyika early in the year and mass inoculations with the Pirbright experimental modified live vaccine prevented further spread. Reactions to the Pirbright ...

Author(s)
MacOwan, K. D. S.
Publisher
Nairobi: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Kenya., 1961, pp 105 pp.
Abstract

Ethiopia probably carries the largest cattle population per head of human population of any country in Africa, an estimated 20.23 million cattle. Although undernutrition and disease cause serious losses, the heavy pressure of animals on the land has resulted in much overgrazing and subsequent soil...

Author(s)
Macpherson, D. A.
Publisher
Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.,
Citation
United Nations. Report to the Government of Ethiopia on the control of animal diseases., 1964, pp 8 pp.
Abstract

In Mongolia, livestock accounts for nearly 80% of the total agricultural production. Of the cattle diseases brucellosis is the most widespread. It is estimated that about 25% of all cattle are infected. Random tests in a limited number of cattle indicated that at least 18% had TB. Rinderpest was...

Author(s)
Kouba, V.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1964, 14, pp 387-391
Abstract

There were 332 outbreaks of rinderpest involving 46, 379 cattle, with a mortality rate of 14.6%. Dried goat virus was used to vaccinate 1, 355, 214 cattle, 40% more than the previous year. The incidence of contagious bovine pleuropneumonia continued to decline, there being only 23 outbreaks...

Author(s)
Lamido, M.
Publisher
Kaduna: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Nigeria. Annual Report on the Veterinary Division of the Ministry of Animal Health and Forestry, Northern Region of Nigeria 1960-61., 1963, pp 44 pp.
Abstract

Although there were no outbreaks of RINDERPEST, 21, 631 cattle were immunized. Dried attenuated lapinized rinderpest virus was used. Susceptible N'dama cattle show a post inoculation rise of temperature if the vaccine is viable. There was no mortality as a result of the inoculations. The total...

Author(s)
Anon. Sierra Leone.
Publisher
Freetown: Govt. Printing Dept,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Department for the year 1960., 1961, pp 9 pp.
Abstract

The event commemorated is the start of the state veterinary service of Great Britain in October 1865, as a result of a disastrous rinderpest epidemic which killed about 400, 000 cattle. Achievements in the eradication of major infectious diseases such as contagious bovine pleuropnemonia, sheep...

Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Office.,
Citation
Animal health: a centenary 1865-1965. A century of endeavour to control diseases of animals., 1965, pp xviii + 396 pp.
Abstract

The series of paper-backed monographs entitled "Les maladies animales a virus" started in 1967 with accounts of rinderpest and African swine fever, followed in 1968 by equine infectious anaemia [see V.B. 38, absts. 413-4; 39, abst. 1845]. Now we have Aujeszky's disease and African horse sickness...

Author(s)
Lautié, R.
Publisher
Paris: L'Expansion Scientifique Française,
Citation
La maladie d'Aujeszky., 1969, pp 226 pp.
Abstract

The South African type 2 FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE virus (SAT.2) was recorded in Kenya for the first time. It was isolated from outbreaks in the Samburu Reserve. The disease spread rapidly throughout the Samburu Reserve up to August, since when no outbreaks have been confirmed. The concurrent presence ...

Author(s)
MACOwAN, K. D. S.
Publisher
Nairobi : Government Printer.,
Citation
Department of Veterinary Services annual report 1957., 1958, pp 89 pp.

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