The Pathogenesis, Epidemiology and Therapy of Calf Scours
P. J. MYLREA, M.V.Sc., Ph.D. Department of Agriculture, District Veterinary Laboratory, Wollongbar
Scours is a clinical sign and not a disease entity. It can occur as a major or a minor symptom in a number of specific diseases ... Read More
Ovine Posthitis – Present Understanding and Control Methods
By W. H. SOUTHCOTT, B.V.Sc. C.S.I.R.O., Pastoral Research Laboratory, Armidale, N.S.W.
The main objectives of this paper are to draw attention to aspects of the disease needing further elucidation and to discuss control methods ... Read More
Project Dan 12 — The Incidence, Importance and Control of Internal Parasites of Cattle in N.S.W.
M. SMEAL, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Research Officer, Glenfield.
The aim of the project is to determine the seasonal pattern of worm burdens in young cattle, their effect on growth rate and the best method of control ... Read More
Paratyphoid Infection in Poultry
C. A. W. JACKSON, Veterinary Research Station, Glenfield
Paratyphoid is characterised by mortalities from day-old to approximately three weeks of age with few autopsy findings except for cheesy caecal plugs and enlarged livers with a few haemorrhages present ... Read More
Bovine Brucellosis — Comparison of the Rapid Whole Blood Agglutination Test and Milk Ring Test with the Serum Agglutination Test
P. CLAXTON, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Research Officer, Glenfield
Three milking herds in the Bathurst district were selected because of current Brucella abortions with no prior history of Strain 19 vaccination and because calving and abortion histories were available ... Read More
Glenfield Comments on the R.W.B.T. Technique and Results Obtained to Date
J. C. KEAST, B.V.Sc., Director of Veterinary Research, Glenfield
Experience with the application of the W.B.A.T. in pullorum disease control emphasises the necessity of conducting the tests in a thorough manner with accurate measurement and adequate mixing of reactants ... Read More
Classification of Mycobacteria
C. WALKER, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Research Office, Glenfield
Mycobacteria can be classified as follows ... Read More
Some Locomotor Disorders of Pigs in Australia
R. H. C. PENNY, B.V.Sc., Ph.D., F.R.C.V.S., University of Sydney, Camden
There are many conditions affecting the locomotor system of the pig and their differential diagnosis is often difficult ... Read More
Recent Findings in Infectious Laryngotracheitis
DR. B. SINKOVIC, Department of Veterinary Medicine, The University of Sydney, Camden, N.S.W.
Over the last few years the following results, confirmed in some instances in overseas countries, have been obtained ... Read More
Rock Fern Poisoning
R. J. CROSSING, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, Corowa
Rock Fern has widespread occurrence in N.S.W. and hence offers considerable opportunity for ingestion, accidentally or deliberately ... Read More