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Aspects of Cattle Tick Control
R. M. WATTS, B.V.Sc., Deputy Chief, Division of Animal Industry, N.S.W.
Cattle tick now exist over an area of 8,000 sq. miles of country, on which are depastured some three-quarters of a million head of cattle ... Read More

Acetonaemia in Dairy Cattle
Artis Medenis, V.M.D. (Riga Univ.)
In this paper it is proposed to discuss only the following aspects of acetonaemia:— (1) the etiology, and (2) the ways of treatment and prevention of this condition ... Read More

L. A. W. MACTIER, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, Moree
Prior to the actual isolation of bovine Leptospirosis in 1948, and its identification in 1950, reports suggested the disease was probably the cause of unexplained cases of faulty lactation, abortion and deaths in cattle ... Read More

Entero-Toxaemia in Cattle
D. H. MUMFORD, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, Dubbo
In contrast to our knowledge of these widespread losses in sheep due to entero-toxaemia, the disease in cattle had not been recognised here until comparatively recently ... Read More

Equine Infectious Anaemia
OWEN H. BROOKS, B.V.Sc., Divisional Veterinary Officer, Rockhampton, Qld.
E.I.A. may escape detection as it may effect only one horse in a group of from 20 to 200, and unless horses are subject to some stress to lower their resistance its presence may never be suspected ... Read More

Toxicity of the Newer Insecticides
F. L. CLARK, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, Armidale
In recent years a large range of new insecticides has come into widespread use and some of these compounds have been found to be of use as drenches against certain internal parasites ... Read More

Lindane Poisoning in Calves
J. M. WILSON, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, Casino
In October, 1959, an owner in the Casino District lost eight dairy calves as a result of suspected Lindane poisoning, which was confirmed by analysis of tissues ... Read More

Non-Contagious Ovine Posthitis
E. R. TUOHY, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, Wagga
Sheath Rot, which mainly affects wethers, commences with an external ulceration of the prepuce; which often progresses to internal ulceration ... Read More

Toxicity of Phenothiazine in Sheep
J. H. IRVINE, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, Bathurst
Although in N.S.W. millions of sheep are drenched with phenothiazine every year, reports of untoward sequelae attending its use are not common; whilst mortalities directly attributable to the drug are rare ... Read More

Neo-Natal Mortalities — Sheep
A. N. A. HARRIS, B.V.Sc., H.D.A., District Veterinary Officer, Armidale
Although some of the losses of young lambs are unaccountable with our present knowledge, the principal factors involved are ... Read More

Avian Monocytosis
M. LINDTNER, D.V.M., Vetry. Research Station, Glenfield
Avian Monocytosis is a major problem of our poultry industry at the present time; accounting for 18-20% of losses from all poultry diseases ... Read More

Muscular Dystrophy in Lambs in N.S.W.
B. P. SETCHELL, B.V.Sc., Ph.D., Veterinary Research Station, Glenfield
During the last twelve months a condition similar to that known overseas as White Muscle Disease, Stiff Lamb Disease or Muscular Dystrophy became quite prominent in N.S.W. ... Read More

Suspected Dietary Deficiency of Selenium
R. D. JOLLY, B.V.Sc., Faculty of Veterinary Science, The University of Sydney
This paper deals with Selenium deficiency as a field problem rather than with the pathology and chemistry involved. Many observations that have been made await verification by experiment ... Read More

Veterinary Therapeutics
J. M. KEEP, B.V.Sc., Faculty of Veterinary Science, The University of Sydney
Under pressure of bombardment from the drug firms and the general public, it is quite understandable that the poor practitioner is quite confused regarding the true potentialities, side effects and dangers of new products ... Read More

Livestock Transportation
D. V. SELICK, Asst. Goods Trains Superintendent, Government Railways, N.S.W.
In railway transportation, as in other forms of transport the guiding principle is the shortest possible time of journey between loading station and destination; and this principle is particularly applicable to the transport of livestock ... Read More

Animals and Statistics
C. H. GRAY, B.A., B.Sc., Biometrician, Dept. of Agriculture, N.S.W.
The approach to statistics is a personal one, with the integration of one's academic background and experience determining the degree of emphasis placed on its various facts ... Read More

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