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Bovine tuberculosis (bTB) is globally significant due to its impacts on cattle production. A Brucellosis and Tuberculosis Eradication and Control (BTEC) program commenced in Fiji during the 1980's and has since been sustained by government funding and industry cooperation. A retrospective study of...

Author(s)
Borja, E.; Borja, L. F.; Prasad, R.; Tunabuna, T.; Toribio, J. A. L. M. L.
Publisher
Frontiers Media S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland
Citation
Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 2018, 5, October, pp 270
Abstract

The rumen of the dairy cow contains a rich and diverse collection of microbes that during feed digestion produce significant quantities of methane gas and ammonia, both of which contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. Strategies to redirect rumen carbon and nitrogen metabolism away from these...

Author(s)
Bath, C.; Morrison, M.; Ross, E. M.; Hayes, B. J.; Cocks, B. G.
Publisher
CSIRO, Collingwood, Australia
Citation
Animal Production Science, 2013, 53, 9, pp 876-881
Abstract

Objective: To determine the current prevalence of subclinical mastitis (SCM) and associated risk factors on dairy farms in New South Wales. Methodology: A survey was sent to 382 dairy farmers to acquire information on the relevant risk factors associated with SCM. Results: The average herd...

Author(s)
Plozza, K.; Lievaart, J. J.; Potts, G.; Barkema, H. W.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 2011, 89, 1/2, pp 41-46
Abstract

During 1960/ 61, strains of staphylococci causing bovine mastitis were being cultured and examined. An agent in Staph. albus (Strain 805) producing "interference" is thought to be a polysaccharide. The role of upases in the defence mechanism of the host against staphylococcal toxins is being...

Publisher
Canberra: A. J. Arthur, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Australia. interim report by Director-General of Health. 1st July, 1961 to 30th June, 1962., 1962, pp 19 pp.
Abstract

This is the first annual report of the Organization named above and continues the series of reports of the work of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. [For the 22nd and last report of the Council, see V.B. 20, 2952.]
Studies on MASTITIS in cattle include trials with penicillin with...

Publisher
Canberra: L. F. Johnston, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization. First Annual Report for the year ending 30th June, 1949., 1949, pp 139 pp.
Abstract

Intensive penicillin treatment of MASTITIS IN DAIRY CATTLE failed to eliminate Streptococcus agalactiae from two herds under observation, and the degree of infection returned to pre-treatment levels in 6-12 months after treatment ceased. STAPHYLOCOCCAL MASTITIS did not respond even to large doses...

Publisher
Canberra: L. F. Johnson, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Twenty-second AnnualReport of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, for the year ended 30th June 1948., 1948, pp 141 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.

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