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AIM: To conduct a country-wide prevalence study of bovine group A rotavirus, coronavirus, Cryptosporidium parvum, Salmonella spp. and enterotoxigenic K99+Escherichia coli (K99) in calves on New Zealand dairy farms. METHODS: Faecal samples (n=1,283) were collected during the 2011 calving season from ...

Author(s)
Al-Mawly, J.; Grinberg, A.; Prattley, D.; Moffat, J.; French, N.
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 2015, 63, 3, pp 147-152
Abstract

In the continued studies on bovine BRUCELLOSIS the current evidence indicates that the presence of heat-labile antibodies is related to demonstrable infection. In work on ovine brucellosis, the transfer of antibodies from artificially infected ewes to their offspring was investigated. The interim...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Wellington: R. E. Owen, Govt. Printer,
Citation
New Zealand. Research in the Department of Agriculture. Annual report of Research Division 1966-47., 1968, pp 188 pp.
Abstract

Animal Industry Division. Health of Livestock. £107, 595 compensation was paid for diseased animals slaughtered and £64, 170 for loss of production for cows and heifers condemned as reactors to the tuberculin test. The incidence of TUBERCULOSIS in cattle and pigs is given as: cows 9.2%, bullocks...

Author(s)
TENNENT, R. B.
Publisher
Wellington : R. E. Owen, Government Printer.,
Citation
Report of the Department of Agriculture for the year ended 31 March 1958., 1958, pp 161 pp.
Abstract

In an outbreak of salmonellosis of cattle caused by S. typhi-murium, J. found that primary cultivation of faeces in hydroquinone brilliant green medium proved superior to other methods tested for the isolation of salmonella organisms.-M. B. BUDDLE.

Author(s)
JOSLAND, S. W.
Citation
Journal. New Zealand Association of Bacteriologists, 1949, 4, pp 5-6
Abstract

STAFF.-During the year nine veterinary officers were added to the staff. Still further additions were necessary, but great difficulty was experienced in securing suitably trained men for special investigational work.
CATTLE DISEASES.-The tuberculin test was applied to 16, 509 cattle, of which 6.9%...

Author(s)
BARRY, W. C.
Publisher
N.Z.,
Citation
Report of the Department of Agriculture, 1938, pp 9-21 pp.
Abstract

GENERAL.-The activities of the laboratory have been divided into three sections, Nutrition under CUNNINGHAM, Diagnosis under FITCH, and a section combining pathology, specific disease, parasitology etc. under the personal supervision of the Officer-in-Charge. The staff was augmented by the addition ...

Author(s)
HOPKIRK, C. S. M.
Citation
Rep. Dep. Agric., N. Z., 1938-39., 1939, pp 28-38 pp.
Abstract

GENERAL DISEASES.-RABIES was diagnosed in a dog from the Sudan, which died in quarantine about a week after arrival in the United Kingdom. Two kennelmen were bitten two days before the death of the dog and antirabies treatment was begun immediately. Eight cases of PSITTACOSIS in man were confirmed...

Publisher
London : H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer of the Ministry of Health on the State of the Public Health, for the Year 1938., 1939, pp vi + 230 pp.

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