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Abstract

The report contains a brief description of the research and field work carried out at Ruakura, Whatawhata, Wallaceville and various other stations. There are also lists of the year's publication. Following the MASTITIS survey in 1965/66 an abattoir survey was carried out during a six-month period...

Author(s)
Anon.
Citation
New Zealand. Research in the New Zealand Department of Agriculture. Annual report of Research Division 1967-68., 1969, pp 196 pp.
Abstract

Carcass meat and offal condemned at the abattoir in l962 weighed 224 tons; 362.577 animals were slaughtered. Tuberculosis was responsible for 13.6"." of beef and 0.32%' of pork destroyed. The most frequent cause of condemnation in cattle was acti-nobaciüosis; in sheep septic pneumonia and pleurisy...

Publisher
Edinburgh: Public Health Dept.,
Citation
City and Royal Burgh of Edinburgh. Annual report of the Public Health Department for the year 1962 by the Medical Officer of Health., 1963, pp 256 pp.
Abstract

A study of the effect of stocking rates with ewes and lambs on herbage larval numbers and worm burdens and liveweight gains of the lambs, indicated that other factors had a greater influence on the parasitic levels. On experimental low level infection of lambs with Osterlagia spp., the weight gain...

Publisher
Dublin: The Institute.,
Citation
Republic of Ireland. The Agricultural Institute: Research Report, 1963. Animal Production Division., 1964, pp 107 pp.
Abstract

The studies reported here include work on HELMINTH PARASITES, bovine mastitis, and the trace elements-copper and cobalt. Observations confirmed that Dictyocaulus larvae can overwinter on pasture and then increase to a high level in summer in the presence of susceptible calves. Other work in...

Author(s)
Walsh, T.
Publisher
33 Merrion Rd, Dublin 4,
Citation
An Foras Talun-tais, 1967, pp 183 pp.
Abstract

In trials with cows on the effect of small voltages on milking machines, the smallest voltage applied between the claw piece and cowshed floor which caused irritation and a drop in milk yield was 3 volts a.c. But the response was very variable; small teat cracks made cows 5-10 times more sensitive. ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Wellington: N.Z. Dept. Agric.,
Citation
New Zealand. Annual reports of Ruakura and Wallacevilte Animal Research Stations and Whatawhata Hill Country Station 1962-1963., 1963, pp 54 pp.
Abstract

During the past 8 years there have been a number of reports from various parts of the U.S.A. of diseases of cattle characterized by ulceration of the oral mucosa. One is virus diarrhoea with a low mortality and high incidence, whilst another is the "mucosal disease" complex, with a high mortality...

Author(s)
ANON.
Publisher
Omaha,
Citation
Proceedings. United States Live Stock Sanitary Association, 1954, 1955, pp 244-247 pp.
Abstract

Where there was cobalt, copper and iron deficiency in the pastures it was found that better results were obtained by feeding these minerals to cattle as a supplement than by constantly changing the pastures.
Analysis of data on length of useful life of 2, 109 bulls showed that on an average their...

Citation
U.S. A. FLORIDA., 1946, pp 206 + vi ; 49, 51-56 pp.
Abstract

At the Dairy Research Institute investigations were continued on the subject of feed taint in cream and butter resulting from the ingestion "of land cress. The fourth season was concluded in the dairy cow nutrition experiment, in which the production and composition of milk from cows receiving...

Publisher
Wellington: Govt. Printer,
Citation
Nineteenth annual report of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research., 1945, pp 65 pp.
Abstract

Studies on MASTITIS confirmed reports that a closed herd will remain free after Sir. agalactiae has been eliminated. This is not so with staphylococcal infections which treatment with antibiotics usually failed to remove from infected udders. Work on calf hood vaccination with Br. abortus Strain 19 ...

Publisher
Canberra: A. J. Arthur, Commonwealth Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Seventh annual report of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization for the year ending 30th June, 1955., 1955, pp 185 pp.
Abstract

Studies were continued on antibacterial substances produced by fungi and flowering plants; the typing of Salmonellae from Australia and New Guinea; on Actinomycetes and Pseudomonas. Group B streptococci and haemolytic staphylococci were isolated from milk of cows with MASTITIS, Instillation of...

Publisher
Adelaide: Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science.,
Citation
Eighth annual report of the Council of the Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science, July, 1945-June, 1946., 1946, pp 8 pp.

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