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Abstract

There was no ANTHRAX, GLANDERS, DOUR-INE, FOWL PLAGUE or SHEEP SCAB. F. & M. DISEASE occurred and was eradicated. One or more outbreaks of HORSE MANGE, CATTLE MANGE, SCRAPIE, RABIES, SWINE FEVER, TRY-PANOSOMIASIS, NEWCASTLE DISEASE and FOWL TYPHOID are reported. Of a total of eight and a half...

Author(s)
Childs, T.
Publisher
Ottawa: Queen's Printer & Controller of Stationery,
Citation
Department of Agriculture. Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ended March 31, 1952., 1953, pp 69 pp.
Abstract

ANTHRAX is not prevalent, but two cattle died from this disease during the year. 60 % of the 8, 251, 000 cattle in Canada are under the Department's TUBERCULOSIS control policies, and it is hoped that within the next five years the incidence of TB. in the entire cattle population will be one-half...

Author(s)
Childs, T.
Publisher
Ottawa: Edmond Cloutier.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ended March 31, 1949., 1949, pp 55 pp.
Abstract

There was an acute shortage of staff in the division of animal health. Forty-two veterinary inspectors and eight lay inspectors resigned. Six veterinary and seven lay inspectors retired and five veterinary inspectors and two lay inspectors died. Twenty-three veterinary inspectors and 72 lay...

Author(s)
Barker, M.
Publisher
Ottawa: E. Cloutier,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ended March 31, 1946., 1947, pp 37 pp.
Abstract

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES SECTION [BARKER, M.] There were no outbreaks of ANTHRAX, DOURINE, GLANDERS, or SHEEP SCAB.
289, 416 cattle were tested for TUBERCULOSIS and 0.14% reacted under the accredited herd plan. In Area Testing, 1, 024, 738 cattle were tested and 0.9% reacted. Of 26, 495 cattle tested...

Author(s)
Barker, M.
Publisher
Ottawa : Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ended March 31, 1944., 1944, pp 35 pp.
Abstract

No new serious animal diseases were diagnosed in Canada during the fiscal year 1955-56 and the universal acceptance of Canadian livestock and livestock products has been made possible through the constant vigilance of the Health of Animals Division.
The Contagious Diseases Section reports:...

Author(s)
Wells, K F.
Publisher
Ottawa: Edmond Cloutier.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ended March 31, 1956., 1957, pp 33 pp.
Abstract

Except for a short-period in March, the Division was under the direction of Dr. A. E. CAMBRON who retired after long service on March 7th, 1943.
The health of Canadian livestock continues at a high level. War conditions have curtailed TUBERCULOSIS eradication work, but even so substantial progress...

Author(s)
Cambron, A. E.; Barker, M.
Publisher
Ottawa : Edmond Clputier.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ended March 31, 1943., 1943, pp 41 pp.
Abstract

The Dominion has remained free from the more serious animal plagues. Staff shortages have limited the scope of the work of eradicating BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS and BRUCELLOSIS.
The one outbreak of ANTHRAX was controlled by vaccination of the 27 cattle in contact. Three of the cattle died.
302, 656 ...

Author(s)
Childs, T.
Publisher
Ottawa: E. Cloutier.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ended March 31, 1947., 1947, pp 41 pp.
Abstract

Progress in eradication of TUBERCULOSIS and BRUCELLOSIS is hampered by shortage of staff but approximately half the cattle in Canada are under supervision. Tables give the numbers of cattle tested, numbers of reactors and compensation paid. GLANDERS, DOURINE and SHEEP SCAB have been eradicated;...

Author(s)
Childs, T.
Publisher
Ottawa: E. Cloutier.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ended March 31, 1948., 1948, pp 49 pp.
Abstract

NEWCASTLE DISEASE has appeared in Canada and research is focused on the production of active immunity, the carrier question, histopathological study of the brain, the anti-genicity of the virus, and the changes induced in them by propagation in other hosts.
It is thought that two or more...

Author(s)
Neatby, K. W.
Publisher
Ottawa: Edmond Cloutier,
Citation
Department of Agriculture. Report of the Director of Science Service for the year ended March 31, 1951., 1951, pp 40 pp.
Abstract

Canada continues free from the serious epizootic diseases. TUBERCULOSIS, BRUCELLOSIS and SWINE FEVER control work occupied a great deal of the time of the staff.
REPORT OF THE CONTAGIOUS DISEASES SECTION [BARKER, M.]-No cases of ANTHRAX were reported. 271, 232 cattle were tested for TUBERCULOSIS...

Author(s)
Cameron, A. E.
Publisher
Ottawa : Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the Year Ended March 31, 1942., 1942, pp 45 pp.

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