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This first annual report gives an overview of the state of cattle industry in Great Britain and the role of Cattle Health and Welfare Group (CHAWG) in compiling this report to help primary producers and the industry and government in setting up a framework to gauge and report progress in cattle...

Publisher
Cattle Health and Welfare Group (CHAWG), UK
Citation
First Annual Report - GB Cattle Health and Welfare Group, 2012, 2012, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

This is the second report on the state of cattle health and welfare in Great Britain. Issues discussed include trends and demographic changes (cattle numbers, milk production, beef production, cattle imports and calving patterns), surveillance and monitoring, horizon scanning for potential threats, ...

Publisher
Cattle Health and Welfare Group (CHAWG), UK
Citation
Second Annual Report - GB Cattle Health and Welfare Group, 2014, 2014, pp 57 pp.
Abstract

This year's UK Zoonoses Report continues to include feature articles which highlight human and animal incidents and issues of public health significance which occurred during 2015 which includes Anthrax, Hantavirus, Bovine TB, gastointestinal infections, and Swine Influenza. Also presented is a...

Publisher
Public Health England, London, UK
Citation
Zoonoses Report: UK 2015, 2017, pp 98 pp.
Abstract

This proceedings contains 21 papers focusing on epidemiological methods, animal disease control evaluation, animal disease control impact assessment, risk analysis, animal disease surveillance, socioeconomic aspects of animal diseases and risk factors of animal diseases.

Author(s)
Parkin, T. D. H.; Kelly, L. A.
Publisher
Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Roslin, UK
Citation
Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine. Proceedings of a meeting held in Glasgow, UK, 28th-30th March 2012, 2012, pp 297 pp.
Abstract

During the 1990s, the incidence of major animal diseases declined due to effective prevention and control measures. However in recent years, animal health has returned to the spotlight with a massive increase in cases of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in Europe, as well as episodes of foot...

Author(s)
Boireau, P.; Moutou, F.
Publisher
Éditions du Point Vétérinaire, Maisons-Alfort, France
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 2010, 41, 304, pp 18-19
Abstract

Climate change and globalization are creating ever greater challenges to biosecurity and disease control. If left unchecked, infectious diseases of plants and animals lead to rising food prices, production losses, human health risks, and threats to biodiversity. This theme issue of Philosophical...

Author(s)
Lowe, P.; Phillipson, J.; Green, L. E.; Hunter, S.; Jeger, M. J.; Poppy, G. M.; Waage, J.
Publisher
Royal Society, London, UK
Citation
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences, 2011, 366, 1573, pp 1933-2054
Abstract

The first permanent European settlers of Australia arrived in 1788 to establish a penal colony at Sydney, New South Wales (NSW). As the colony grew and wool production increased, more free settlers and emancipists developed farming in inland Australia. During the 1840s veterinarians commenced...

Author(s)
Turner, A. J.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 2011, 89, 7, pp 239-242
Abstract

The incidence of notifiable diseases was brought under further control with very encouraging results. Less than 1000 of the 46, 000 cattle herds in the country remain to be tested for BRUCELLOSIS; recurrence of the disease in previously cleared herds has been very limited; 8, 117 animals were...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Belfast: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Northern Ireland agriculture. 27th general report of the Ministry of Agriculture year ended 31st March 1968., 1968, pp 155 pp.
Abstract

There were no serious outbreaks of infectious disease. Parasitic and deficiency diseases were the chief cause of loss. The comparatively large trade in imported calves has resulted in an increase in their diseases including salmonellosis. At the abattoirs two cattle were found with TB. compared...

Author(s)
Kerruish, D. W.
Citation
Manx Journal of Agriculture, 1965, 20, pp 19-23
Abstract

The dry period in the late summer of 1968 was followed by the worst outbreak of FACIAL FCZEMA for some years, heavy losses being caused in both cattle and sheep. In addition many animals that appeared to have recovered were unable to tand the shortages of feed during the bad winter. The...

Author(s)
Johns, A. T.
Publisher
Wellington; A. R. Shearer. Govt. Printer,
Citation
New Zealand. Report of the Department of Agriculture for the year ended 31, March 1969., 1969, pp 69 pp.

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