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Strains of virus isolated from affected horses were identified as AHS virus. The strains from Rajasthan were antigenically similar to one another and to those from Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh. The Indian virus was indistinguishable from the virus isolated in Pakistan. The Indian strains were...

Author(s)
Shah, K. V.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Science, 1964, 34, pp 1-14
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

Nyasaland had 356, 514 cattle, 75, 297 sheep, 460, 611 goats, 119, 913 pigs and a small number of horses and donkeys.
Nine deaths from BLACKLEG were recorded. Animals immunized were 9, 812 cattle and 566 sheep.
TUBERCULOSIS persists in the Mzimba District and also in the S.W. of the Karanga...

Author(s)
Faulkner, D. E.
Publisher
Zomba, Nyasaland: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report, 1959. Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry, Nyasaland., 1960, pp 56 pp.
Abstract

Outbreaks of abortion in ewes and heavy mortality in the young lambs caused by the virus of Rift Valley fever have occurred in S. Africa in recent years. In other clinically similar outbreaks the Rift Valley fever virus could not be demonstrated. From such an outbreak a virus has been isolated and...

Author(s)
WEISS, K. E.; HAIG, D. A.; ALEXANDER, R. A.
Citation
Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 1956, 27, pp 183-195
Abstract

Mycoplasma sp. was recovered from a herd of cows with high incidence of MASTITIS which did not respond to penicillin. In another herd, a slow growing organism similar to Streptococcus thermophilus was recovered. A survey was begun to deter-mine the point of entry of Salmonella spp. into meat meal....

Author(s)
Summerville, W. A. T.
Publisher
Brisbane: S. G. Reid, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Australia. Queensland. Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock fer the year ended 1962-1963., 1963, pp 67 pp.
Abstract

There are 307, 026 cattle, 78, 709 sheep, 326, 113 goats, 77, 145 pigs, 37 horses and 199 donkeys.
Tick-borne diseases are the most common causes of losses. EAST COAST FEVER is endemic in the Northern and Central Provinces; of 298 cases diagnosed in the Central Province, most occurred during the...

Author(s)
Faulkner, D. E.
Publisher
Zomba (Nyasaland) : Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report, 1955. Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry, Nyasaland., 1956, pp 47 pp.
Abstract

The South African type 2 FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE virus (SAT.2) was recorded in Kenya for the first time. It was isolated from outbreaks in the Samburu Reserve. The disease spread rapidly throughout the Samburu Reserve up to August, since when no outbreaks have been confirmed. The concurrent presence ...

Author(s)
MACOwAN, K. D. S.
Publisher
Nairobi : Government Printer.,
Citation
Department of Veterinary Services annual report 1957., 1958, pp 89 pp.
Abstract

This is an annual report covering the period 1st July, 1954, to 1st June, 1955. anthrax is sporadic; annual vaccination is carried out: blackleg causes more losses but could be controlled if farmers availed themselves of the vaccine in good time. lamb dysentery, enterotoxaemia and malignant oedema...

Citation
Fmg S, Afr., 1956, 31, pp 106-119 ; 136
Abstract

An interesting account is given of the shipment of 38, 151 animals from South Africa to India during the war. These included 22, 016 mules, 10, 022 donkeys, 8, 527 horses, 823 bovines, 2, 259 pigs, one zebra and three goats, all of which were carried between August, 1942, and September, 1945. Apart ...

Author(s)
LOVEDAY, R. K.
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association, 1946, 17, pp 69-80
Abstract

Rinderpest is the most important disease of zebu cattle in north-east Chad. Until 1949 it was controlled only by formolized vaccine. In this territory rinderpest is nearly always chronic and mouth lesions are not constant. This complicates the preparation and use of a killed vaccine. The use of a...

Author(s)
SACQUET, E.; TROQUEREAU, P.
Citation
Revue de l'Elevage. Productions animales - Productions fourrageres, 1951, 5, pp 45-50

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