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Abstract

This paper presents regulatory guidelines for the movement of tick infected cattle and other livestock between properties and zones in the Northern Territory, Australia. A map of the area is also included.

Author(s)
Small, K.
Publisher
Northern Territory Government, Darwin, Australia
Citation
Agnote - Northern Territory of Australia, 2008, No.K35, pp 1-4
Abstract

This folder contains information pertaining to the problems of cattle ticks predominantly in Australia. Information is given in the form of 'notes' on the 3 major ticks concerned: Boophilus microplus, Haemaphysalis longicornis and Ixodes holocyclus with respect to tick fever, cattle tick control in ...

Author(s)
Newby, K.; Martin, C.; Falls, L.; McGregor, P.; Spence, S.
Publisher
NSW Agriculture., New South Wales, Australia
Citation
Cattle tick program: information package., 1998, pp 50 pp. + posters
Abstract

Transport of horses in Northern Territory, Australia, relating to the transmission of Boophilus microplus is discussed.

Author(s)
Radunz, B.
Publisher
Department of Industries and Fisheries, Northern Territory, Darwin, Australia
Citation
Agnote (Darwin), 1997, No. 717, pp 2 pp.
Abstract

These proceedings for a veterinarians' course on parasites and diseases of domestic animals in Australia includes the following sections that are of entomological interest: Blowfly [Lucilia cuprina (Wied.)] strike (p. 284) by M.D. Murray, Epidemiology and control of ectoparasites, other than the...

Citation
Proceedings No. 19 of Course for Veterinarians (The J.D. Stewart Course for 1973) on Parasitology and Epidemiology, held at the University of Sydney, 12-16 February, 1973., 1973, pp [10+] 395 pp.
Abstract

The skin lesions observed in Queensland in thoroughbred, stock and Arabian horses that are described in this paper, together with the type of treatment found most satisfactory, include those caused by arthropods. These are allergic dermatitis or Queensland itch caused by the bites of Culicoides...

Author(s)
Pascoe, R. R.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1973, 49, 1, pp 35-40
Abstract

Harvests and weather conditions were about average, but the heat and drought checked activity by blowflies (Lucilia cuprina), and biting flies. The whole State was declared free from tuberculosis in cattle, but skin lesions are a problem in some areas. All female calves were vaccinated against...

Author(s)
Hall, R. A.
Publisher
New South Wales Department of Agriculture., Sydney, Australia
Citation
Livestock health and husbandry report No. 40, July 1974 to June 1975., 1976, pp 71pp.
Abstract

This annual report from the Department of Primary Industries, Queensland, includes a section on the Division of Animal Industry, (pp. 17-37), in which the activities reported include observations on cattle ticks [Boophilus microplus (Can.)] (including the spread of multi-resistance to...

Citation
Report, Queensland Department of Primary Industries, 1977, pp iv + 92 pp.
Abstract

One of the four Divisions of the Department of Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries is that of Animal Industry, which is responsible for animal husbandry and veterinary services and maintains eight livestock stations. The chief of this division is a veterinary surgeon and there are five veterinary...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Department of Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries, Port Moresby,
Citation
Papua and New Guinea. Annual report of the Department of Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries for the year 1960-61., 1963, pp 125 ; 9-30 pp.
Abstract

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

By 1963 the cattle population was 29,013 compared with 20,213 in 1961. The TICK ERADICATION programme against Boophilus microplus continued; in 1963, 23, 985 cattle were tick free, 2, 835 were under eradication treatment, and the remainder were infested or unknown. Deer and wild cattle are believed ...

Author(s)
Henderson, F. C.
Publisher
The Department of Animal Industry and Veterinary Services, Port Moresby, Papua and New Guinea
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries for the years 1961-63., 1965, pp 194 pp.

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