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Mannosidosis in Cattle
by Peter J. Healy, B.V.Sc., Ph.D., Veterinary Research Station, Glenfield
Mannosidosis (pseudolipidosis) is a lethal disease that has been reported in Angus-type cattle in Australia and New Zealand ... Read More

Failure of Footrot Vaccines
by D.G. Christie, B.V.Sc., H.D.A., Deputy Chief, Division of Animal Industry, Department of Agriculture
Commercial vaccines failed in two vaccination trials in 1975 and this paper summarise the results in terms of sheep affected and number of feet affected ... Read More

Some Nutritional Factors Which Affect the Fertility of Dairy Cattle
by A.P. Hunter, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Officer, Department of Agriculture, Nowra
This paper describes and records the results of an investigation of dairy herds in the Illawarra District of NSW, to define the infertility syndromes occurring in the area ... Read More

Mechanisms of Immunity Metazoan Parasites
by John D. Kelly, B.V.Sc., Ph.D., Department of Veterinary Pathology, University of Sydney
Although approximately 8,000 species of protozoa parasitic for various hosts are known, only about 20 of these are significant pathogens of man ... Read More

Hydatid Control Programme
by R.C. Denyer, B.V.Sc., Acting Principal Veterinary Officer, Division of Animal Industry Department of Agriculture, NSW
Hydatid disease occurs at a very variable rate in different parts of the world. In those areas where the disease is uncommon, there are unlikely to be endeavours to further reduce its incidence ... Read More

Fowl Plague - an Exotic Exercise
by P.T. Gilchrist,B.V.Sc., Special Veterinary Officer (Poultry Health), Department of Agriculture, N.S.W.
Fowl Plague virus was identified by the Victorian Department of Agriculture on 19th January, 1976 ... Read More

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