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Reproductive efficiency of dairy cows is influenced by different factors including gene, season, age, production system, nutrition, management, environment and disease. This study was conducted with the objectives of determining the prevalence of reproductive disorders and evaluates reproductive...

Author(s)
Tamirat Siyoum; Aster Yohannes; Yosef Shiferaw; Zerihun Asefa; Melese Eshete
Publisher
Ethiopian Veterinary Association, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Citation
Ethiopian Veterinary Journal, 2016, 20, 1, pp 91-103
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Background: A survey was conducted to determine the prevalence of campylobacteriosis and trichomonosis, and their concurrence with brucellosis, in cattle in three states of northern Nigeria. Methods: A total of 602 preputial samples was collected from bulls in 250 herds and tested using culture and ...

Author(s)
Mai, H. M.; Irons, P. C.; Kabir, J.; Thompson, P. N.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica, 2013, 55, 56, pp (9 August 2013)
Abstract

Serological surveys, of about 1600 cattle, which began in June 1986, showed that 4.1% of cattle were infected with brucellosis and 66.6% with IBR IPV virus. All of 60 samples tested for campylobacteriosis and trichomoniasis were negative. Of 560 sheep examined at Addis Ababa abattoir, 37.1% were...

Publisher
PO Box 5689, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Citation
Annual report 1986/87., 1987, pp xiii + 82pp.
Abstract

Tritrichomonas foetus was demonstrated in 23 of 87 (26.4%) and Campylobacter fetus in 25 of 87 (28.7%) of bulls tested in Transkei. A total of 16 of 87 (18.39%) of bulls tested were positive for both T. foetus and C. fetus. Bulls from 14 sites in Transkei were tested and T. foetus was isolated at 9 ...

Author(s)
Pefanis, S. M.; Herr, S.; Venter, C. G.; Kruger, L. P.; Queiroga, C. C.; Amaral, L.
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 1988, 59, 3, pp 139-140
Abstract

When 11 cows in a herd of 86 zebu cows returned repeatedly to heat after artificial insemination, samples of cervical or anterior vaginal mucus from 28 cows were cultured. Campylobacter fetus fetus was isolated from 2 repeat breeders and 2 cows that had aborted, and also from the prepuce of the...

Author(s)
Bawa, E. K.; Voh, A. A.; Oyedipe, E. O.; Adekeye, J. O.; Dawuda, P. M.; Rekwot, P. I.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1987, 120, 20, pp 483
Abstract

A survey was carried out in Malawi to demonstrate the presence or absence of vibriosis, brucellosis, trichomoniasis and Rift Valley fever. Vibriosis was revealed in the country for the first time, as were antibodies against Rift Valley fever virus. Previous work indicating that brucellosis is not...

Author(s)
Klastrup, N. O.; Halliwell, R. W.
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaermedicin, 1977, 29, 7/8, pp 325-330
Abstract

A technique used in South Africa for the diagnosis of bovine reproductive disorders is described and discussed. Important infectious diseases responsible for infertility in cattle are mentioned.

Author(s)
Retief, G. P.; Schutte, A. P.; Coubrough, R. I.
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 1976, 47, 1, pp 19-22
Abstract

The animal health situation of the predominantly livestock farming areas of S.W.Africa and Namibia is discussed in terms of climate, geography, vegetation, human and animal populations, and administration of the veterinary services. The structure of the veterinary service from colonization to the...

Author(s)
Schneider, H.
Publisher
Justus Liebig-Universitat, Giessen., German Federal Republic
Citation
Analyse der Tiergesundheitssituation in Sudwestafrika/Namibia. Vergangenheit und Gegenwart., 1977, pp x + 318pp.
Abstract

FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE was still the most important problem. A vaccine from Amsterdam was used against types O and A. Type SAT.2 invaded from Tanganyika early in the year and mass inoculations with the Pirbright experimental modified live vaccine prevented further spread. Reactions to the Pirbright ...

Author(s)
MacOwan, K. D. S.
Publisher
Nairobi: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Kenya., 1961, pp 105 pp.
Abstract

RINDERPEST appeared again, initially affecting young wildebeest and buffalo. The disease occurred only among wildebeest and buffalo. All susceptible cattle in the infected areas were immunized; over 1.5 million cattle were treated. As the spread of the disease was feared, immunizations were carried ...

Author(s)
Roe, J. E. R.
Publisher
TANGANYIKA.; Dar es Salaam: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual report of the veterinary department for the year ending 31st December, 1957., 1958, 1, pp 42

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