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STREPTOCOCCAL SEPTICAEMIA in chickens was associated with stress (long transport, de-beaking, chilling). Bovine MASTITIS due to Streptococcus agalactiae is less common since the advent of antibiotics, but other bacteria have been isolated from clinical cases (Staph. aureus 388, Str. agalactiae 91, ...

Publisher
S. G. Reid, Govt. Printer., Brisbane, Australia
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1958-59, 1959, 5, pp 106 pp.
Abstract

There were 32 primary outbreaks of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE. Of these imported meat or bones caused 13 outbreaks, swill 2, imported meat wrappers 2, disease introduced from the Continent 11, and 4 unclassified. Most of the outbreaks occurred in the period August to December; only 13 outbreaks were in ...

Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Report on the Animal Health Services in Great Britain, 1956, including report of proceedings under the Diseases of Animals Act, 1950., 1958, pp 112 pp.
Abstract

GENERAL.-The report covers the year ending December 31st, 1933, and gives statistics and general reviews on the different branches of work undertaken by the veterinary department of the Ministry of Agriculture. The report is divided into two parts, viz, the Civil Veterinary Service, and Meat...

Author(s)
Thorshaug, N. P.
Publisher
Oslo : I Kommisjon hos H. Aschehoug & Co.,
Citation
Det Civile Veterinaervesen 1933., 1935, pp 77 pp.
Abstract

The outbreak of FOOT AND MOUTH disease mentioned in the previous year's report [V. B. 10.p 66. spread so intensely that the policy of control by emergency slaughter had to be waived in October. During the ensuing eight months the disease continued to spread until 54 of all herds in Denmark had...

Author(s)
Petersen, G. H.
Publisher
Copenhagen: Trykt i A. Johansens Bogtrykkeri,
Citation
Aarsberetning fra Veterinaerdirektoratet for aaret 1938., 1939, pp xx + 183 pp.
Abstract

ANTHRAX.-There were fewer outbreaks in 1934 than in former years, only 30 being reported. Thirty-eight head of cattle, one horse and four swine were affected. Three human beings contracted the disease through handling carcasses; one case was fatal.
FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE.-In 1929 the country was...

Author(s)
Petersen, G.
Publisher
Copenhagen : Trykt hos Handrup & Wunsch.,
Citation
Aarsberetning fra Veterinaerdirektoratet for aaret 1934., 1936, pp xvi + 223 pp.
Abstract

The number of fresh outbreaks during the year was eight and the mortality 798 head, as compared with five and 374, respectively, during the previous year. Eleven farms regarded as infected at the beginning of the year were released from quarantine, no case of the disease having occurred on any of...

Author(s)
Sinclair, J. M.; Bevan, L. E. W.
Publisher
Govt. Ptr. East Coast Fever (African Coast Fever), Salisbury, Rhodesia
Citation
SOUTHERN RHODESIA. Report of the Chief Veterinary Surgeon [SINCLAIR (J. M.)] for the year 1919 (with the report of the Veterinary Bacteriologist) [BEVAN (LI.E.W.)]., 1920, pp 17 pp.
Abstract

" Boophilus australis (cattle tick) may affect the health of cattle in two distinct ways, namely by conveying tick fever and by the irritation, etc., caused by its presence. This fact of the tick being capable of giving rise to sickness per se by gross infestation, has not always been recognised,...

Citation
Review of Applied Entomology, 1919, 7, Pt. 1, pp 12-14 pp.
Abstract

" Boophilus australis (cattle tick) may affect the health of cattle in two distinct ways, namely by conveying tick fever and by the irritation, etc., caused by its presence. This fact of the tick being capable of giving rise to sickness per se by gross infestation, has not always been recognised,...

Citation
Bull., COMMONWEALTH OP AUSTRALIA ADVISORY COUNCIL OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY., 1917, 1, pp 30 pp.

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