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Abstract

The TICK-BORNE DISEASES remain the greatest cause of losses. Owing to the reluctance of the cattle owners to have their animals dipped and to a relaxation of normal discipline consequent on the political situation, only a small proportion of the animals were dipped in many parts of the Northern and ...

Author(s)
Aspinall, K. W.
Publisher
Zomba: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report 1960, Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry, Nyasaland., 1961, pp 64 pp.
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

Staff shortage was aggravated by difficulties in obtaining modern equipment and this has hampered the first stages of development schemes.
There were 178 new outbreaks of BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO - PNEUMONIA involving nearly 20, 000 cattle. The situation is a cause of grave concern. All calves on...

Publisher
Lagos: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Department, 1946., 1948, pp 27 pp.
Abstract

Cases of ANTHRAX in cattle occurred in Blue Nile Province and in the quarantine at Khartoum North (22) and Wadi Haifa (87) and a few cases of ANTHRAX and of CASEOUS LYMPHADENITIS in sheep and goats.
Forty-five animals were destroyed because of CRYPTOCOCCUS INFECTIONS.
There was a decrease in the...

Author(s)
Evans, J. T. R.
Citation
SUDAN., 1946, pp 22 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

Livestock were remarkably free of disease. Eight cases of BRUCELLOSIS in horses were reported, but there were no cases of GLANDERS or DOURINE, which have been eliminated. There were more outbreaks of EQUINE INFLUENZA than in 1944, but only 12 cases of EQUINE ENCEPHALOMYELITIS. Some cases of EQUINE...

Author(s)
Butler, W. J.
Citation
Report to the Montana Livestock Sanitary Board, December 1, 1944 to November 30, 1945., 1945, pp 20 pp.
Abstract

There were 67 outbreaks of ANTHRAX. PARATYPHOID is said to be widespread among calves, especially in the native areas. BOVINE CONTAGIOUS ABORTION is enzootic. There were 401 outbreaks of BLACKLEG. A Colonial Development Fund grant of £ 90, 000 was obtained for measures to prevent the spread of...

Author(s)
Hay, W.
Citation
Veterinary Department annual report 1943., 1944, pp 9 pp.
Abstract

In general the position of the livestock industry was fairly good; there were 805, 682 cattle and 524, 088 sheep and goats. The gross value of the "livestock exported was £249, 600; the cattle export levy fund increased by £4, 880 to a total in December 1941 of £25, 700.
No serious outbreak of a...

Author(s)
Hobday, J. H. N.
Citation
Annual report, Veterinary Department, 1941., 1942, pp 11 pp.
Abstract

ANIMAL CENSUS.-According to the fourth biennial census the following stock were in the country: -175, 000 cattle, 209, 000 sheep, 361, 000 goats, 20, 000 horses, 9, 200 donkeys, 28, 000 camels and 2, 660, 000 poultry.
ANIMAL DISEASES.-CONTAGIOUS MASTITIS due to Streptococcus agalactiae is reported...

Author(s)
Smith, J. M.
Publisher
Jerusalem : Govt. Printer,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Service of the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for the year ended 31st March, 1938., 1938, pp 20 pp.
Abstract

In June, 1937, the former " Animal Industry Division " of the Department of Agriculture became an autonomous " Veterinary Department ". The staff was reorganized, and now consists of the Director (Mr R. DAUBNEY), two Deputy-Directors (Mr E. J. MULLIGAN, field services, and Mr J. R. HUDSON,...

Publisher
Nairobi : Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Department, 1937., 1938, pp 121 pp.

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