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ASSOCIATION OF VETERINARY INSPECTORS OF N.S.W. PROCEEDINGS


1974 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Haemorrhagic Enteritis in Lambs
by M. R. Barry, B.V.Sc.
A ram lamb examined fourteen hours after death revealed congested muscle with gas and blood tinged gelatinous fluid in the subcutaneous tissue ... Read More

Johne's Disease in Cattle
by P.G. Honey, B.V.Sc.
In June, 1973, a Mullumbimby farmer lost six prime bullocks—two died, two were slaughtered on property and two were ordered to an abattoir ... Read More

Anthrax Moree 1974
by G.W. Eggleston, B.V.Sc.
Although in other areas of N.S.W. anthrax occurs on hard dry ground, we only seem to get it in the swampy areas at Moree ... Read More

Anthrax
by P.S. Green, B.V.Sc.
I have lost count of the number of cases in sheep, but can only recall one case in cattle, two in pigs and three where humans and dogs were involved ... Read More

Trichomoniasis in Cattle
by P.J. Ahrens, B.V.Sc.,.M.R.C.V.Sc.
Since trichomoniasis was first diagnosed in 1948, quite a number of N.S.W. properties, mainly coastal dairy farms, were found to be infected ... Read More

Encephalomyocarditis Virus in Pigs
by R.I. Walker, B.V.Sc., M.R.C.V.Sc.
Encephalomyocarditis (EMC) virus is a rodent enterovirus, able to infect hosts of many other species, however only in pigs have serious outbreaks been reported ... Read More

Health Education in Hydatid Control - the First Step
by W.T. Wilson.
It is not the complexities of the parasite's life cycle that we must consider but the complexities of factors that have allowed the disease to spread unchecked - that of human behaviour ... Read More

Hydatids in Dingoes
A.E. Newsome, Division of Wildlife Research, C.S.I.R.O.
An intensive study of the biology and ecology of the dingo has been underway in the contrasting environments of central and south-eastern Australia since 1966 ... Read More

Stinkwood (Zteria Aborescens) Poisoning of Cattle in South-Coastal New South Wales
W.de-Sarem & E.J. McBarron, Veterinary Research Station, Glenfield.
Zieria aborescens is an aromatic shrub, 2-3 meters high, with white flowers 6-10 mm across and opposite trifoliate leaves. It grows in the higher rainfall areas of N.S.W. ... Read More

Comparative Efficiency and Safety Indexes of Anthelmintics Against Fascioia hepatica in Sheep and Cattle.
Noel J. Campbell, Veterinary Research Officer, Veterinary Research Station, Glenfield.
These tables have been compiled from published and unpublished information ... Read More


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