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Abstract

An ANTHRAX outbreak, which occurred in an area free from the disease for several years, was controlled by vaccination of exposed animals and the application of veterinary police measures. The Accredited Herd regulations for BRUCELLOSIS are printed in full. There were small losses from SWINE FEVER,...

Author(s)
Earl, W. B.
Citation
Rep. Nev. Dep. Agric., 1944, pp 7-21 pp.
Abstract

The state was again free from dangerous epizootics during the biennium. Diseases causing occasional local loss are anthr x, blackleg, bacillary haemoglohinuria in cattle, anapiasmosis, swine fever, equine encephalomyelitis. and respiratory diseases of horses. Rabies has not appeared for many years. ...

Author(s)
Earl, W. B.
Citation
Bienn Rep. Dep. Agric. Nev., 1940-42., 1942, pp 9-22 pp.
Abstract

The veterinary staff included two whole-time and three part-time veterinarians.
ANIMAL DISEASES.-The situation was good, there being nothing of interest to report in connexion with ANTHRAX, BLACKLEG, SWINE FEVER, RABIES or MANGE. MASTITIS was detected in 21 out of 29 herds, but only 64 out of 966...

Author(s)
Earl, W. B.
Citation
Biennial Report Nevada Department of Agriculture, 1936, pp 10-22 pp.
Abstract

Nevada has been declared a modified accredited area and as such is nearly free from bovine tuberculosis. An accredited herd plan is also in operation with contagious bovine abortion. Bacillary haemoglobinuria [Clostridium hemolyticum infection] causes slight losses as do also dourine and bovine...

Author(s)
Earl, W. B.
Citation
Nev. State Ed. Stock Comms. Bien. Rept. 1932-1934., 1934, pp 11-17