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An influenza-like disease of horses spread through the Northern Territory. It had a very high morbidity but low mortality. Deaths occurred only in horses in poor condition and pneumonia was the final cause of death. Haemolytic streptococci were found in swabs. The overall incidence of TUBERCULOSIS...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Animal Industry Branch, Alice Springs, Australia
Citation
Australia. Northern Territory Administration. Animal Industry Branch. Seventeenth Annual Report 1962-1963 (covering activities for the year ending 30/6/63.)., 1963, pp 64 pp.
Abstract

TUBERCULOSIS of bovine strain continues to be found commonly in buffaloes and feral pigs. Some acid-fast, atypical strains of bacilli of low virulence were found in pigs and buffaloes. In a herd of cattle near the South Australian border with a history of high incidence 3.9% of reactors were found...

Publisher
Alice Springs: Animal Industry Branch.,
Citation
Australia. Northern Territory Administration, Animal Industry Branch. Fifteenth annual report 1960-1961. (Covering activities for the year ending 30/6/61.)., 1961, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

There was a high incidence of TUBERCULOSIS in cattle in several districts, especially in areas where buffaloes are prevalent. Feral pigs showed a very high incidence of lesions resembling tuberculosis. Tuberculosis is the major disease in buffaloes. BRUCELLOSIS was recorded for the first time in...

Publisher
Animal Industry Branch., Alice Springs, Australia
Citation
Australia. Northern Territory Administration, Animal Industry Branch. Sixteenth Annual Report 1961-1962 (covering activities for the year ending 30/6/62)., 1962, pp 62 + xiii pp.
Abstract

There is a fairly high incidence of TUBERCULOSIS in cattle in certain districts, and a high incidence in buffaloes and feral pigs, many of which are slaughtered for human food. Most strains recovered were of the bovine type; a few non-pathogenic chromo-genic strains of mycobacteria were isolated.
...

Publisher
Alice Springs: Animal Industry Branch,
Citation
Northern Territory Administration. Animal industry branch. Fourteenth annual report 1959-1960. (Covering activities for the year ending 30/6/60.), 1960, pp 62 pp.
Abstract

Of 2, 003 cows 16.2% had evidence of subclini-cal MASTITIS; 76.7% were caused by various types of staphylococci and only 2.5% by streptococci. VIBRIONIC ABORTION in ewes was diagnosed for the first time, at Ballidu. In 310 herds licenced under the Milk Act 19, 300 cattle were tested for...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Alex B. Davies, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Veterinary services, 1962, pp 63 pp.
Abstract

A survey was almost completed of the bovine-human inter-relationships in staphylo-coccal mastitis infection.
18, 800 dairy cattle in 291 herds were tuberculin tested, 0.62% reacted. Of 3, 568 cattle outside the whole-milk herds 10% reacted.
Johne's disease was diagnosed for the first time in this...

Author(s)
Hay, G. K.
Publisher
A. B. Davies, Govt. Printer., Perth, Australia
Citation
Australia. Western Australia. Annual report of the Department of Agriculture for the year ended 30th June, 1960., 1961, pp 54 pp.
Abstract

Progress in disease control and animal husbandry during the last 25 years is briefly reviewed. Tuberculosis was controlled by a wider use of diagnostic methods and slaughter of affected animals; satisfactory results are reported for the short thermal tuberculin test as a supplementary test in...

Author(s)
Bull, L. B.
Citation
Empire Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 1958, 26, pp 92-103
Abstract

A number of outbreaks of LEPTOSPIROSIS (ICTEROHAEMOGLOBINURIA) or "REDWATER OF CALVES" occurred. Adult cattle were also affected and had fever followed by anaemia and jaundice. In some cows there was permanent udder damage and depression of milk yield was always serious. Laboratory examination was...

Author(s)
Collins, H. H.
Publisher
A. H. Tucker Govt. printer, Brisbane, Australia
Citation
Queensland. Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1949-1950., 1950, pp 99 pp.
Abstract

S. outlines the movements of animals in Australia and then discusses a number of diseases in detail, with special reference to their dissemination in consequence of such movements. There are few animal diseases indigenous to Australia -they include two forms of leptospirosis (due to L. pomona and ...

Author(s)
Seddon, H. R.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1947, 23, pp 200-209; 209-212 pp.
Abstract

Matters relating to animal health are dealt with in this report in the work of the Divisions of Economic Entomology, Animal Health and Animal Nutrition.
ENTOMOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS
The principal investigations relate to the buffalo fly pest, transmission of Anaplasma marginale by insect vectors,...

Publisher
L. F. Johnston, Commonwealth Govt. Printer, Canberra, Australia
Citation
Ninth Annual Report of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research for the Year ended 30th June, 1935., 1936, pp 108 pp.

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