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Following a period of grazing with untreated cattle, 4 outbreaks of T. axei infection in sheep in South Australia are described in which the parasite was the principal cause of diarrhoea, weight loss and death. The first outbreak occurred in the winter of 1987 on a farm south of Naracoorte in the...

Abbott, K. A.; McFarland, I. J.
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1991, 68, 11, pp 368-369

A natural infection of grazing sheep by O. ostertagi, associated with clinical disease, is described. The mortalities were recorded at Kangaroo Island, South Australia, in a flock of 600 one-year-old Merino ewes and wethers. The sheep suffered from weakness and diarrhoea and one ewe and 3 wethers...

O'Callaghan, M. G.; Martin, R. R.; McFarland, I. J.
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1992, 69, 1, pp 19-20

The approximate numbers of livestock in Fiji are: -Cattle 80 000 horses and mules, 10, 000; sheep, 1, 000; goats, 6, 000; and pigs 4, 000. Annual birth-rate of cattle is estimated at 10, 000; the number killed for meat or exported, 4, 500; number of deaths from old age, disease, and Fijian...

Rainey, W.
Govt. Ptr., Suva, Fiji
Agric. Circular. Department of Agriculture, Fiji., 1920, 1, 7, pp 119-132

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