Report on the cattle plague in Great Britain during the years 1865, 1866 and 1867 by Great Britain. Privy Council Office. Veterinary Department.

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Statementwith appendix tables and diagrams showing the progress of the disease ; prepared by the Veterinary Department of the Privy Council Office.
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Author(s): Great Britain. Veterinary Department. Title(s): Report on the cattle plague in Great Britain during the years, andwith appendix, tables, and diagrams showing the progress of the disease.

☆ * Report on the Cattle Plague in Great Britain during the years, andwith Appendix, Tables, and Diagrams showing the Progress of the Disease. Prepared by the Veterinary Department of the Privy Council.

Buy Report On The Cattle Plague In Great Britain During The Years, AndWith Appendix, Tables, And Diagrams Showing The Progress Of The Disease by Anon (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Anon. Inan unfamiliar disease known as cattle plague appeared in Britain and spread rapidly throughout the nation, killing thousands of infected animals.

Simonds and Gamgee viewed the cattle. in Great Britain in and in the Netherlands in Of all the inoculation trials carried out, those of Geert Reinders in the Netherlands deserve special mention.

Geert Reinders () was a self-taught farmer. Assisted by Pieter Camper (), he performed a number of A brief history of rinderpest (cattle plague). Department of the Privy Council, Report on the Cattle Plague in Great Britain during the Yearsand, 6 The Economist, 30 April ; Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries (MAFF), Programme to Eradicate BSE in the United Kingdom (London ), However, one cannot dismiss the cattle plague of as unimportant.

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By 30 December outbreaks of the disease were reported on 9, farms in Great Britain. Report on the cattle plague in Great Britain during the years, and with appendix, tables, and diagrams showing the progress of the disease / prepared by the Veterinary Department of the Privy Council Office.

CATTLE PLAGUE Twelve Commissioners were appointed in to investigate the origin and nature of the cattle plague then prevailing in Great Britain and to ascertain the treatment best adapted for the cure of the affected animals and the regulations which should be made to prevent the spreading of the disease and to avert any future.

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