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An overview on automatic milking systems is given, with focus on the technology and its utilization in dairy farms. The legal requirements and standards for milking are presented as well as comparison of different milking box systems. Moreover, cleaning of milking robots and teats, milking using...

Publisher
Schlütersche Verlagsgesellschaft GmbH & Co. KG, Hannover, Germany
Citation
Praktische Tierarzt, 2012, No.Supplement/Rinderhaltung, pp 34...39
Abstract

Introduction: BDV in sheep and goats has a worldwide distribution and is responsible for economic losses each year. In the epidemiology of pestiviruses in goats persistently infected cattle and sheep play a key role in the spread of the viruses. The purpose of this study was to estimate the...

Author(s)
Preyler-Theiner, B.; Krametter-Frötscher, R.; Theiner, A.; Tichy, A.; Möstl, K.; Baumgartner, W.
Publisher
BWK Public Relations - Brigitte Weber-Kraus, Wien, Austria
Citation
Wiener Tierärztliche Monatsschrift, 2009, 96, 9/10, pp 232-239
Abstract

H. traces the history of early experiments on the susceptibility of cattle to human type tubercle bacilli, concluding with the work of PLUM who demonstrated lesions in a calf and also isolated human type bacilli from the bovine tonsil and mesenteric lymph nodes.
The problem in Sweden today is most...

Author(s)
HILLERMARK, K.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1942, 32, pp 442-461
Abstract

This review of the literature on R. conjunctivae infection in sheep and goats, cattle, reindeer, pigs and poultry was made after observation of a case of suspected rickettsial eye infection in a ram imported from Great Britain. B. states that although the disease has not been diagnosed with...

Author(s)
BJÖRKMAN, T.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1947, 37, pp 881-884
Abstract

The authors describe Wall's operation (1931) by which a piece of tissue is removed for microscopic examination from the liver of the animal during life (" liver-harpooning "). The method has been practised in Sweden for the diagnosis of equine infectious anaemia and it has also been used in cattle. ...

Author(s)
ISAKSSON, A.; JONSSON, G.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1941, 31, pp 87-97
Abstract

The author first refers at length to the observations of PRÖSCHOLDT [this Bull. 3. 175.] on the interval in natural circumstances between infection in cattle and the occurrence of abortion. The findings were calculated from circumstantial evidence depending upon the dates on which infected animals...

Author(s)
WALL, S.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1934, 24, pp 458-489
Abstract

The author has followed the course of bovine contagious abortion in a number of herds of cattle, carrying out agglutination tests with the blood serum and maintaining individual history sheets. He has thereby come to the conclusion that for the control of the disease it is necessary to ascertain...

Author(s)
WALL, S.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1932, 22, pp 257-270
Abstract

ZWICK.-BORNA DISEASE. A cinematograph film of Borna disease was shown and it was stated that this virus disease is transmissible to the rabbit, guineapig, rat, fowl, sheep, bovine and horse. The virus is nearly related to that of malignant bovine catarrh and it is excreted in the nasal secretion,...

Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1932, 39, pp 739-741; 755-757; 772-778; 788-791; 804-807
Abstract

Official veterinary activity began in 1720, the earliest date in Finnish history of the record of Government action to control livestock diseases. Regulations were enacted and more were added in 1745, 1746, 1749 and 1750. These remained in force until 1864. All this work, however, was handled by...

Author(s)
STENIUS.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1943, 33, pp 630-634
Abstract

In the control of bovine TB. in Sweden, genital infections are regarded as very serious in spreading the disease. The existing regulations prescribe, therefore, that vaginal discharges from any cow whose new-born calf has tuberculous lesions on meat inspection shall in any case be submitted to a...

Author(s)
HERMANSSON, K. A.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1938, 28, pp 553-576

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