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Abstract

In contrast to what obtains in East Africa, human sleeping sickness is still a disease of supreme importance in all the British West African territories. Animal trypanosomiasis is even more widespread and, although the indigenous W. African Shorthorn types are relatively resistant, any attempts to...

Author(s)
Davey, T. H.
Publisher
London : H.M. Stationery Office.,
Citation
Trypanosomiasis in British West Africa., 1948, pp 15 pp.
Abstract

There were ten outbreaks of ANTHRAX, chiefly in sheep and cattle.
Non-pathogenic mycobacteria were isolated from cattle which reacted to the tuberculin test but which had no visible lesions.
A case of JOHNE'S DISEASE was confirmed P.M. in an imported bull which had given three negative reactions to ...

Author(s)
Hindmarsh, W. L.
Publisher
Sydney: A. H. Pettifer, Govt. Printer,
Citation
Livestock health report No. 26, recording the incidence of disease in stock and the research work accomplished during the year ended 30th June, 1950., 1953, pp 15 pp.
Abstract

The investigations of the Glenfield Veterinary Research Station comprised artificial insemination, BRUCELLOSIS in pigs, BOVINE MASTITIS, mortality in cattle, and poultry diseases.
A cattle unit has been in operation for a year and 340 cows have been inseminated. It was found that semen quality...

Author(s)
Henry, M.
Publisher
Sydney,
Citation
Livestock Disease Report. 1945-46, Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Industry., 1946, pp 12 pp.
Abstract

This publication recorded the proceedings of the annual conference of the Institute of Inspectors of Stock of New South Wales. Comments on myxomatosis in the control of rabbits were given by Edgar (historical notes and recent extensions in Australia) and Beardwood (application). Hindmarsh outlined...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Sydney: The Institute.,
Citation
The stock inspector. Institute of inspectors of stock of New South Wales, Year Book, 1951., 1951, pp 119 pp.
Abstract

GENERAL.-The year's activities were carried out under the direction of JOHN R. MOHLER, Chief of the Bureau, who retired on July 31st, 1943
Research work was directed mainly to problems connected with the national war effort, viz, nutritional problems, substitute feeds, dehydration of meats, and...

Author(s)
Miller, A. W.
Publisher
Washington, D.C. : Govt. Printing Off.,
Citation
Report oi the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, Agricultural Research Administration, 1943., 1944, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

The regular dipping of cattle in solutions containing arsenite of soda has become general on well-conducted farms throughout South Africa. While the effect on young stock and breeding animals has left little to be desired -the system when applied to oxen at work has in most cases been followed by a ...

Author(s)
Mitchell, D. T.
Citation
Union of South Africa, Dept, of Agriculture. 5th and 6th Repts. of the Director of Veterinary Research., 1918, pp 553-593 pp.
Abstract

Gratification and pride will, we imagine, be the feelings uppermost in the minds of members of the Veterinary profession as they reach the end of this history, which records in some 750 pages the official services of the British veterinary profession during the Great War, services ably-often...

Author(s)
Blenkinsop, L. J.; Rainey, J. W.
Publisher
H.M. Stationery Office., London, UK
Citation
History of the Great War Based on Official Documents. Veterinary Services., 1925, pp x + 782 pp.
Abstract

Prior to the experiments described in this article by the authors, the above disease was not known to exist in South Africa. It was probably confounded with "biliary fever "(Nuttalliosis, or equine piro-plasmosis), or horse sickness, especially in the form observed when an animal had passed through ...

Author(s)
Theiler, A. ; Kehoe, D.
Publisher
Pretoria: Govt. Printing & Stationery Office.,
Citation
Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agric. 3rd and, 4th Reports of the Director of Veterinary Research., 1915, pp 215-289 pp.

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