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Abstract

The number and nature of specimens undertaken for diagnostic work at the veterinary research station at Glenfield is briefly discussed. There was a big-increase in poultry material.
In work on BOVINE MASTITIS a number of drugs were tested by udder infusion; these included acri-flavine,...

Author(s)
Henry, M.
Citation
Livestock Disease Report, 1943-44, Division of Animal Industry. Department of Agriculture., 1944, pp 7 pp.
Abstract

The outstanding feature of the year was the invasion of N.S.W. by the cattle disease known as ephemeral fever, or " three-day sickness ". The history of the spread of this disease is traced in some detail.
ANIMAL DISEASES.-Two cases of JOHNE'S DISEASE are recorded. Outbreaks of ANTHRAX, BLACKLEG,...

Author(s)
Henry, M.
Publisher
Sydney : David Harold Paisley, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Live Stock Diseases Report (No. 13). Recording Control Work during the Year ended 30th June, 1937., 1938, pp 24 pp.
Abstract

Additional facilities have been developed at the Glenfield Veterinary Research Station, at the branch laboratory at Wollongbar Experiment Farm, at Trangie Experiment Farm and at the Seven Hills Poultry Experiment Farm.
Results of the Glenfield Research Station showed that the virus of swine fever...

Author(s)
Henry, M.
Publisher
Sydney,
Citation
Livestock Disease Report, 1944-45, Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Industry., 1945, pp 7 pp.
Abstract

During the year agreements were entered into between the states of N.S.W. Victoria and South Australia in order to achieve greater freedom of interstate traffic in livestock and animal products.
Statistics are given for the overseas quarantine and interstate traffic in livestock.
CONTAGIOUS BOVINE...

Author(s)
Henry, M.
Publisher
Sydney : Alfred James Kent Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Live Stock Diseases Report (No. 11) Recording Control Work during the Year ended 30th June, 1935., 1936, pp 25 pp.
Abstract

The Chief Veterinary Surgeon in his introductory remarks deplored the universal inadequacy of staff, which was a serious hindrance to the accomplishment of much that would be beneficial both in research and in field control work.
The provision of a tubercle-free milk supply by the control and...

Author(s)
Henry, M.
Publisher
David Harold Paisley, Govt. Printer, Sydney, Australia
Citation
Live Stock Diseases Report (No. 12). Recording Control Work during the Year ended 30th June, 1936., 1937, pp 24 pp.
Abstract

An agreement has been entered into with South Australia whereby the interstate traffic in livestock and animal products has been freed of unnecessary restrictions. The diagnostic and research work at Glenfield Veterinary Research Station is briefly reviewed. Overseas quarantine regulations were...

Author(s)
Henry, M.
Publisher
Sydney: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Department of Agriculture. Live Stock Diseases Report (No. 10) Recording Control Work during the Year ended 30th June, 1934., 1935, pp 22 pp.
Abstract

Udder infusions with penicillin resulted in the cure of over 70% of cases of STREPTOCOCCAL MASTITIS in cattle. There were 18 outbreaks of ANTHRAX, all within the recognized anthrax region, in cattle, sheep and pigs. Testing for BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS was continued and additional Protected Areas were...

Citation
Livestock Diseases Report 1946/47, Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Industry., 1948, pp 8 pp.
Abstract

Not all cases of ARTHRITIS IN SHEEP are caused by Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae. In a condition termed " arthralgia " there is considerable pain in the joints which causes unthriftiness in young sheep resulting from restricted foraging. No specific micro-organisms were found and there were no...

Citation
Livestock Diseases Report, 1947/48, Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Industry., 1949, pp 11

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