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TUBERCULOSIS of bovine strain continues to be found commonly in buffaloes and feral pigs. Some acid-fast, atypical strains of bacilli of low virulence were found in pigs and buffaloes. In a herd of cattle near the South Australian border with a history of high incidence 3.9% of reactors were found...

Publisher
Alice Springs: Animal Industry Branch.,
Citation
Australia. Northern Territory Administration, Animal Industry Branch. Fifteenth annual report 1960-1961. (Covering activities for the year ending 30/6/61.)., 1961, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

MASTITIS due to Bact. coli and Bact. aerogenes was reported. STAPHYLOCOCCAL MASTITIS is still a problem and does not respond well to streptomycin, streptomycin-penicillin, aureomycin or dibromopropamidine. TUBERCULOSIS appears to be more prevalent in beef cattle than was anticipated. The policy of...

Publisher
AUSTRALIA. QUEENSLAND., Brisbane : A. H. Tucker, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1953-54., 1954, pp 109 pp.
Abstract

No cases of rabies, rinderpest, foot and mouth disease, swine fever, contagious bovine pleuropneu-monia, anthrax or surra were encountered. In buffaloes, HAEMORRHAGIC SEPTICAEMIA never seems to occur in epidemic form, although Pasteurella multocida is occasionally isolated. ASCARIS INFECTION of...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Sabah, Jesselton: The Department.,
Citation
Sabah, Malaysia. Annual report of the Department of Agriculture for the year 1963., 1964, pp 130 pp.
Abstract

In addition to the usual varieties of livestock the Veterinary division has charge of the turtles maintained for slaughter and also gives advice on bee keeping.
Of 156 government dairy cows tested 2.94% were infected with TB.
One case of Cow Pox was detected. HELMINTH INFESTATION is the main cause...

Publisher
Victoria, Mahé-Seychelles: Head Printer at the Govt. Printing Office.,
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture for the year 1951., 1952, pp 32 pp.
Abstract

The incidence of the most important diseases-F. & M. DISEASE, ANTHRAX, BLACKLEG, SWINE FEVER, BRADSOT, EQUINE INFECTIOUS ANAEMIA, EQUINE PLEURO - PNEUMONIA, STRANGLES, BOVINE MALIGNANT CATARRH, SWINE ERYSIPELAS and TRICHINOSIS-is tabulated according to province and year, back to 1916. TRICHINOSIS...

Publisher
Oslo: H. Aschehoug & Co.,
Citation
Veterinaervesenet 1947., 1949, pp 87 pp.
Abstract

A central artificial insemination station was opened in County Meath; there eight high-class bulls are kept. There are subsidiary stations to serve other areas.
The number of entrants to the Veterinary College of Ireland have fallen slightly. In its Physiology and Biochemistry Department pregnancy...

Author(s)
Walsh, T.
Publisher
Dublin: Stat. Off.,
Citation
Twentieth annual report of the Minister for Agriculture. 1950-51., 1951, pp 188+84 pp.
Abstract

REPORT or VETERINARY DIVISION [TURBET, C. R.] -In work on TUBERCULOSIS control 4, 506 cattle were tuberculin-tested and 5.6% reacted. In addition, 237 cattle were slaughtered on clinical diagnosis of the disease. The incidence of BOVINE CONTAGIOUS ABORTION was about 4.8% of 146 animals tested. A...

Publisher
Fiji.,
Citation
Agric. J., 1944, 15, pp 62-72
Abstract

The first veterinary surgeon was appointed in Fiji in 1907. Additional veterinary officers were appointed from 1925 onwards, and. the present veterinary staff now comprises one senior veterinary officer and two veterinary officers. The first stock inspector was appointed in 1930 and since then two...

Author(s)
Jack, H. W.
Citation
Agric. J. Fiji, 1943, 14, pp 71-74
Abstract

The report for 1935 covers much the same material as in former years.
No infectious diseases occurred among imported stock whilst in quarantine, but there were some mild cases of strangles in thoroughbred mares imported from New Zealand. The disease does not persist in Fiji and it is considered...

Author(s)
Turbet, C. R.
Publisher
Fiji,
Citation
Annu. Bull. Dep. Agric., 1936, pp 82-41 pp.
Abstract

" Eradication of rinderpest and contagious bovine pleuro-pneumonia, and the local control of every other disease, whenever this is economically desirable ", summarizes disease control policy.
RINDERPEST.-Outbreaks were dealt with by methods which varied somewhat in detail, but were all based on the ...

Author(s)
Lowe, H. J.
Publisher
Tanganyika,
Citation
Report. Dept. Vet. Sci., 1935, pp 6-19 pp.

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