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Cattle were grazed for four months on pasture irrigated by effluent from activated sludge plants, a trickling filter plant, from a lagooning process or with raw sewage, and then killed and their heart, diaphragm, tongue, and muscles of their head and one forelimb were sliced and examined for...

Author(s)
Arundel, J. H.; Adolph, A. J.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1980, 56, 10, pp 492-495
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Rickard, M. D.
Citation
Fourth International Congress of Parasitology, 19-26 August 1978, Warszawa, Short Communications, Section C., 1978, pp 134-135
Abstract

The efficiency of immunization of cattle with antigens collected during 14-day in vitro cultivation of Taenia saginata or T. hydatigena oncospheres for the control of naturally acquired bovine cysticercosis was tested on a farm at Werribee, Victoria, Australia, which uses sewage effluent to...

Author(s)
Rickard, M. D.; Arundel, J. H.; Adolph, A. J.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1981, 30, 1, pp 104-108
Abstract

In a 3-year project at James Cook University of North Queensland, Australia, investigations are being made on the life-cycle, host range, pathology and control of Onchocerca gibsoni in cattle. The efficacy of standard anthelmintics against adults and arrested larvae of Ostertagia in cattle was...

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Australian Meat Board., Sydney, New South Wales,
Citation
Eleventh annual report, year ended June 30, 1977., 1977, pp 152 pp.
Abstract

The number of beef and dairy cattle in Australia increased by only 1.9% from 32.8 million to 33.4 million in 1975-76 as a consequence of record slaughterings arising mainly from the collapse of the beef market and drought, particularly in Southern Australia. Sheep and lamb numbers declined to 149.1 ...

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5 Elizabeth Street., Sydney, N.S.W., Australia
Citation
Tenth annual report year ended June 30, 1976., 1976, pp 159pp.
Abstract

The Australian cattle population increased by 6.7% reaching 29.2 million on March 31, 1973; the increase was in beef cattle, the dairy cattle population remaining the same as last year (4 million). The sheep population showed a further decrease of 12.8% and was 142.1 million. Summaries are...

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Seventh annual report, year ended June 30, 1973., 1973, pp 132pp.

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