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70, 018 cattle were reported to have died from contagious disease. as compared with 68, 588 in 1916-1917. The increase was due entirely to the ravages of rinderpest, there being a fall under every other head as compared with the preceding year. In horses glanders and surra were much more prevalent...

Ware, F.
Supt. Govt. Ptg., Madras, India
MADRAS PRESIDENCY. Annual Administration Report of the Civil Veterinary Department for 1917-1918., 1918, pp 25 pp.