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Abstract

There are 307, 026 cattle, 78, 709 sheep, 326, 113 goats, 77, 145 pigs, 37 horses and 199 donkeys.
Tick-borne diseases are the most common causes of losses. EAST COAST FEVER is endemic in the Northern and Central Provinces; of 298 cases diagnosed in the Central Province, most occurred during the...

Author(s)
Faulkner, D. E.
Publisher
Zomba (Nyasaland) : Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report, 1955. Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry, Nyasaland., 1956, pp 47 pp.
Abstract

TUBERCULOSIS has been shown, by a testing survey, to be on the increase.
Apart from the endemic areas there were three outbreaks of TRYPANOSOMIASIS. Phenan-thridinium 1553 and stibophen were used in treatment.
The only deterioration in the disease position was two epidemics of SWINE FEVER causing...

Author(s)
Macpherson, D. F.
Publisher
Zomba, Nyasaland: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report of The Veterinary Department for the year ended 31st December, 1948., 1949, pp 10 pp.
Abstract

The position with regard to animal health was satisfactory. There were no serious outbreaks of disease. Cases of tick-borne disease were recorded all over the country with several deaths in the enzootic EAST COAST FEVER areas. Calf diseases such as HELMINTHIASIS, E.C.F. and other tick borne...

Author(s)
De Meza, J.
Publisher
Zomba: Govt. Printer,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Department for the Year ended 31st December, 1938., 1939, pp 26 pp.
Abstract

The staff consists of 4 veterinary officers and 253 Africans. TRYPANOSOMIASIS and TICK-BORNE diseases have been the most important causes of loss. EAST COAST FEVER has, however, been kept well under control by the systematic dipping of all cattle in the non-enzootic areas. The danger of the disease ...

Author(s)
De Meza, J.
Publisher
Zomba : Govt. Printer,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Department for the Year ended 31st December, 1936., 1937, pp 12 pp.
Abstract

The staff consisted of four veterinary officers, two stock inspectors and 253 natives, and the expenditure was £8, 492.
ANIMAL DISEASES.-A serious outbreak of TRYPANOSOMIASIS in North Nyasaland interfered with the export trade in cattle to Tanganyika. The disease is controlled by quarantine and the ...

Author(s)
De Meza, J.
Publisher
Zomba : Govt. Printer,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Department for the Year ended 31st December, 1937., 1938, pp 23 pp.
Abstract

This report deals with (1) The Veterinary Congress on Rinderpest held at Bulawayo (the resolutions passed are printed verbatim), (2) Trypanosomiasis, (3) Piroplasmosis, (4) Demodectic Mange, (5) Black Quarter, (6) Ophthalmia in Cattle, (7) Swine Fever, and (8) Dipping. The specimens examined during ...

Publisher
Zomba,
Citation
Annual Report on the Department of Agriculture for the Year ending March 31. Veterinary Division., 1913,

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