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A summary of investigations of suspected exotic diseases of domestic and wild animals and honey bees (exotic vesicular disease, transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, rinderpest, Mycoplasma mycoides subsp. mycoides, Capripoxvirus, equine viral arteritis, equine infectious anaemia, postweaning...

Author(s)
Stone, M.
Publisher
MAF Biosecurity Authority, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
Surveillance (Wellington), 2005, 32, 4, pp 20-23
Abstract

The most common domestic and wild animal disease agents in Belgium and their zoonotic potential are presented in this report, including Mycobacterium bovis, Brucella melitensis, B. abortus, B. suis, Salmonella spp., Trichinella spp., rabies virus, Campylobacter spp., Echinococcus granulosus,...

Publisher
Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (FASFC), Brussel, Belgium
Citation
Report on zoonotic agents in Belgium in 2003: working group on foodborne infections and intoxications, 2004, pp 74 pp.
Abstract

During 1963, RABIES was confirmed in 47 dogs (from Senegal 10, Ivory Coast 14, Upper Volta 13, Togo 4, Dahomey 3, Mauretania 2, Niger 1), two cats (Upper Volta 1, Niger 1) and a tiger-cat (Togo). Rabies virus was demonstrated in the salivary glands of six of the 14 infected animals examined. In a...

Author(s)
Orue, J.
Publisher
Laboratoire National de l'Elevage., Dakar-Hann, Senegal
Citation
Institut d'Elevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux. Region de recherches vétérinaires et zootechniques de I'Ouest Africain. Rapports sur le fonctionnement pour les annees 1963 et 1964., 1965, pp 232 & 192 pp.
Abstract

An influenza-like disease of horses spread through the Northern Territory. It had a very high morbidity but low mortality. Deaths occurred only in horses in poor condition and pneumonia was the final cause of death. Haemolytic streptococci were found in swabs. The overall incidence of TUBERCULOSIS...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Animal Industry Branch, Alice Springs, Australia
Citation
Australia. Northern Territory Administration. Animal Industry Branch. Seventeenth Annual Report 1962-1963 (covering activities for the year ending 30/6/63.)., 1963, pp 64 pp.
Abstract

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

TUBERCULOSIS of bovine strain continues to be found commonly in buffaloes and feral pigs. Some acid-fast, atypical strains of bacilli of low virulence were found in pigs and buffaloes. In a herd of cattle near the South Australian border with a history of high incidence 3.9% of reactors were found...

Publisher
Alice Springs: Animal Industry Branch.,
Citation
Australia. Northern Territory Administration, Animal Industry Branch. Fifteenth annual report 1960-1961. (Covering activities for the year ending 30/6/61.)., 1961, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

There was a high incidence of TUBERCULOSIS in cattle in several districts, especially in areas where buffaloes are prevalent. Feral pigs showed a very high incidence of lesions resembling tuberculosis. Tuberculosis is the major disease in buffaloes. BRUCELLOSIS was recorded for the first time in...

Publisher
Animal Industry Branch., Alice Springs, Australia
Citation
Australia. Northern Territory Administration, Animal Industry Branch. Sixteenth Annual Report 1961-1962 (covering activities for the year ending 30/6/62)., 1962, pp 62 + xiii pp.
Abstract

The extreme climatic differences due to the geographical position of the country, have a marked influence on the incidence of certain animal diseases. In the most southerly region, where annual rainfalls range from 30 mm. inland, to 400 mm. on the coast, losses in sheep from enterotoxaemia are...

Author(s)
Schulz, L. C.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1964, 71, pp 397-402
Abstract

Outbreaks of RINDERPEST decreased by 15.35% as compared with the previous year. Although tax was paid for over 4, 000, 000 cattle in 1955-56 only 38, 632 cattle were known to be infected with RINDERPEST and these had a mortality of 10.9%; - ' A remarkable success for the active immunization policy...

Publisher
Kaduna: Government Printer.,
Citation
Annual report on the Department of Veterinary Services of the Northern Region of Nigeria 1955-56., 1958, pp 26 pp.
Abstract

Part 1 reviews the local livestock industries, the regulations for the importation of animals, and the territory's major animal diseases. Anthrax is endemic in the Highlands Districts, and epidemics occur in pigs each year with mortality rates of up to 25%. Pigs also frequently have severe helminth ...

Author(s)
Egerton, J. R.; Rothwell, T. L. W.
Publisher
Dept. of Agriculture, Konedobu, Papua
Citation
Res. Bull. vet. Sci. Ser., 1964, 1, pp 31 pp.

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