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Theileria infection (other than East Coast fever), HEARTWATER, ANAPLASMOSIS and PIRO-PLASMOSIS were prevalent. Losses which continue to occur are attributed to insufficient dipping measures. Owing to the danger of ARSENIC POISONING (there were 784 deaths in 1955) arsenical dip fluids are being...

Publisher
Salisbury: Government Printer.,
Citation
Report of the Secretary to the Federal Ministry of Agriculture for the year ended 30th September, 1955. Presented to the Federal Assembly 1956., 1956, pp 123 pp.
Abstract

As over a million cattle are distributed over 275, 000 sq. miles the slender veterinary staff works under peculiar difficulties. More than 90% of the stock is owned by Africans-many of whom live long distances from their animals thus making disease control more difficult.
The main diseases...

Author(s)
Dawe, E. C. S.
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Department for the year 1950., 1951, pp 16 pp.
Abstract

Major animal diseases confirmed in S. Rhodesia during the period reported included BLACKLEG, TRYPANOSOMIASIS, THEILERIASIS, PIROPLASMOSIS, ANAPLASMOSIS, BLUE-TONGUE and AFRICAN HORSESICKNESS. F. & M. DISEASE due to virus type S.A.T.1 and more recently S.A.T.2. occurred and was controlled by...

Citation
Rhodesia Agricultural Journal, 1953, 50, pp 238-244
Abstract

Major animal diseases confirmed in S. Rhodesia during the period reported included BLACKLEG, TRYPANOSOMIASIS, THEILERIASIS, PIROPLASMOSIS, ANAPLASMOSIS, BLUE-TONGUE and AFRICAN HORSESICKNESS. F. & M. DISEASE due to virus type S.A.T.1 and more recently S.A.T.2. occurred and was controlled by...

Author(s)
Mackinnon, J.
Citation
Rhodesia Agricultural Journal, 1953, 50, pp 334-344
Abstract

Major animal diseases confirmed in S. Rhodesia during the period reported included BLACKLEG, TRYPANOSOMIASIS, THEILERIASIS, PIROPLASMOSIS, ANAPLASMOSIS, BLUE-TONGUE and AFRICAN HORSESICKNESS. F. & M. DISEASE due to virus type S.A.T.1 and more recently S.A.T.2. occurred and was controlled by...

Author(s)
Adamson, J.
Citation
Rhodesia Agricultural Journal, 1953, 50, pp 345-347
Abstract

LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY.-The position generally was satisfactory, the most noteworthy feature being the success of the composite veterinary staff in the anti-, RINDERPEST campaign in the south of Tanganyika, resulting in the effective checking of the southward spread of the disease into Northern...

Author(s)
Morris, J. P. A.
Publisher
Lusaka: Govt. Printer, [fcp].,
Citation
Veterinary Department. Annual Report for the Year 1940., 1941, pp 11 pp.
Abstract

This report covers activities similar to those in previous years. The livestock population of the area and the export of stock both increased; more than 42, 000 cattle were exported (to Johannesburg and Northern and Southern Rhodesia) during the year. TRYPANOSOMIASIS caused serious losses of cattle ...

Author(s)
Hobday, J. H. N.
Citation
Veterinary Department. Annual report, 1942., 1943, pp 9 pp.
Abstract

The report of the Veterinary Research Officer, which is included in that of the Director of Animal Health, is dealt with separately in this journal.
Motor lorries are now provided for the Stock Inspectors, so that, on arrival at a given centre, they can visit outlying areas on bicycles. Most of the ...

Author(s)
Smith, J.
Publisher
London : Crown Agents for the Colonies.,
Citation
Annual Report, Department of Animal Health for the Year 1929., 1930, pp 27 pp.
Abstract

There was a slight increase in the number of outbreaks of ANTHRAX, but the mortality was very low. In December, 1937, more than 50 herds were under regular tests for TUBERCULOSIS, and much valuable information was obtained on the value of the intradermal test with locally-made tuberculin.
During...

Citation
Farming in South Africa, 1937, 12, pp 518-527
Abstract

The name of the department was changed to its new form (above) in 1935, but the staff remained virtually the same as before. The headquarters is located at the Central Research Station, Mazabuka. The director recommends an increase in native veterinary staff, as this has proved very valuable in the ...

Author(s)
Morris, J. P. A.
Publisher
Lusaka : Govt. Printer,
Citation
Veterinary Department. Annual Report for the Year 1935., 1936, pp 35 pp.

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