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Area prevalences of bovine campylobacteriosis and trichomoniasis in the Victoria River District (VRD) of the Northern Territory were determined by a survey of 1008 bulls in 41 herds in 1985-1986. 87% of herds were infected with campylobacteriosis and 65.6% were infected with trichomoniasis. The...

Author(s)
McCool, C. J.; Townsend, M. P.; Wolfe, S. G.; Simpson, M. A.; Olm, T. C.; Jayawardhana, G. A.; Carney, J. V.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1988, 65, 5, pp 153-156
Abstract

The main project of the veterinary services was the eradication campaign for brucellosis and tuberculosis in cattle and buffaloes. The northern part of Northern Territory was now free from brucellosis, while the southern part was free from tuberculosis. Only 19 properties were still infected with...

Publisher
GPO Box 4160, Darwin, NT 5794, Australia
Citation
Northern Territory, Australia. Department of Primary Production, annual report 1983/84., 1984, pp iv + 42pp.
Abstract

Among 131 bulls on 113 farms in New South Wales, Campylobacter fetus was isolated from 11 farms (9.7%) and 11 bulls (8.4%). Biotype venerealis was the commonest isolate. In a second group of 64 bulls from 41 farms, C. fetus was isolated from 7 bulls (10.9%) in 3 herds (7.3%). The overall isolation...

Author(s)
Cockram, F. A.; Stephens, J. R.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1979, 55, 5, pp 252-253
Abstract

Gross and microscopic examinations were made of the genitalia of 30 non-lactating cows and 21 heifers from two herds. Vibrio fetus (venerealis) was isolated from four cows and three heifers, the isolates including V. fetus subtype 1, apparently obtained for the first time from Australian cattle....

Author(s)
Donaldson, L. E.; Clark, B. L.
Publisher
154 Russell Terrace, Indooroopilly, Queensland 4068,
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1970, 46, pp 500-502
Abstract

This review covers vibriosis, trichomoniasis, infectious pustular vulvo-vaginitis, transmissible fibropapillomata, and granular vulvo-vaginitis. There are four appendices: the collection and transportation of preputial scrapings for vibriosis diagnosis, the collection of vaginal mucus samples for...

Author(s)
Clark, B. L.
Citation
Venereal diseases of cattle., 1971, pp 29pp.
Abstract

BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS: since the inception of the eradication programme in 1970, nearly two million beef cattle in about 10000 herds have been tested. The frequency of reactors was 0.1% against 2% in areas not covered under the programme. Dairy herds were practically free from TB. BOVINE BRUCELLOSIS: ...

Citation
Annual report 1972-73., 1973, pp 63pp.
Abstract

The report of the Animal Division, comprising the veterinary research branch, animal health laboratory and animal production section, is given on pp.7-28. Losses of 3.4% in pregnant cows due to metabolic disturbances on a falling plane of nutrition were recorded; the condition did not respond to...

Citation
Annual report for the year ended June 30, 1972., 1973, pp 141 pp.
Abstract

BOVINE VENEREAL DISEASES are most prevalent in station herds in the far north. Recent research by the Division of Animal Health has shown that vibriosis and trichomoniasis can probably be controlled by eliminating the causal organisms from herd bulls without bringing in all the cows for treatment....

Publisher
CSIRO, 314 Albert Street., East Melbourne, 3002, Australia
Citation
Twenty-sixth annual report, 1973/74., 1974, pp 102pp.
Abstract

BOVINE EPHEMERAL FEVER: during an outbreak of the disease, virus antibody was detected in some animals 7-10 days before clinical symptoms appeared, suggesting that the incubation period of the disease may be 14-21 days. INFECTIOUS BOVINE RHINOTRACHEITIS: the virus was isolated from 11 of 76 buffalo ...

Citation
Division of Animal Health annual report 1973., 1974, pp 119pp.
Abstract

Infertility was investigated in 93 herds. Mucus agglutination tests suggested that vibriosis was the greatest single cause of herd infertility; other conditions encountered or suspected were trichomoniasis, brucellosis, viral infertility, male infertility, and functional infertility. The control...

Author(s)
Healey, J. S.; Wilson, J. M.; Gee, G. R.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1960, 36, pp 447-454

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