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Abstract

There are two Veterinary Officers in the Department. A mobile unit under a V.O. examined 3, 941 animals and 614 found infected with trypanosomes were treated with antrycide methyl sulfate, which has given good results in cattle. There is no change in the EAST COAST FEVER situation. Dipping is still ...

Author(s)
BRIANT, A. K.
Publisher
Zanzibar: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture, 1951., 1953, pp 30 pp.
Abstract

No outbreaks of contagious disease occurred except in poultry and these were considered by the veterinary officer to be due to faulty husbandry.
By far the most important disease which occurred was TRYPANOSOMIASIS in cattle; excellent results were obtained by the injection of antrycide methyl...

Author(s)
BRIANT, A. K.
Publisher
Zanzibar: The Government Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture 1952., 1953, pp 29 pp.
Abstract

In March a disease simulating mild FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE appeared in northern and central Pemba. Movement control prevented its spread except to a limited extent. Diagnosis was never established.
The diagnostic and curative services were maintained at veterinary headquarters in Zanzibar and Pemba, ...

Author(s)
BRIANT, A. K.
Publisher
Zanzibar: Government Printer,
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture, 1957., 1958, pp 37 pp.
Abstract

Livestock imports and the slaughter rate were higher than in previous years. Importation from Dar es Salaam was suspended in June owing to an outbreak of RINDERPEST in that township.
A large-scale test for Brucella abortus infection revealed a higher incidence than anticipated. Quinapyramine...

Author(s)
BRIANT, A. K.
Publisher
Zanzibar : Govt. Printer. Shs.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture, 1953., 1954, pp 29
Abstract

There were outbreaks of RINDERPEST; ANTHRAX and FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE, -introduced by cattle imported for slaughter; F. & M. DISEASE spread to dairies in the vicinity of the quarantine and halved the milk supply for a month. The slaughter policy was not in operation and no adult cattle died, but...

Author(s)
BRIANT, A. K.
Publisher
Zanzibar: Government Printer.,
Citation
ZANZIBAR PROTECTORATE., 1956, pp 31 pp.