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Country report - Dominica: Proceedings of RESANTILLAS IV and LABANTILLAS II

por Harris, E; IICA, Georgetown (Guyana); 4. Meeting of Directors of Animal Health of the Caribbean-RESANTILLAS IV; 2. Meeting of Directors of Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories of the Caribbean-LABANTILLAS II Ogle, East Coast Demerara (Guyana) 8-10 Abr 1987.
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLivroNúmero de Chamada: IICA-PRRET A2/GY No.87-001 Série: Ponencias, Resultados y Recomendaciones de Eventos Técnicos A2/GY (IICA) no. 87-001. Lugar de publicação: Georgetown (Guyana): 1987Descrição: p. 1-3.ISSN: 0253-4746.Resumo: Routine clinical programmes are now being integrated with farmer's education programmes. Several surveys in Anaplasmosis, Babesiosis, parasitism and face mange disease of sheep were undertaken. Other surveys are being planned for Oestrus ovis infestation on the Island. A drug revolving scheme now operative among farmers aims at facilitating a greater effectiveness in drug availability and procurement. The capability of the diagnostic services was tested recently during the Amblyomma variegatum outbreak. The illegal entry of meat and meat products continues to be a problem for veterinary personnel. Veterinary import/export permits are now made mandatory. The setting up of a drug registration and control unit is being given active consideration. The Livestock and Plant Protection Division is helping in monitoring quarantine regulationsAssunto(s): SERVICIOS VETERINARIOS | SALUD ANIMAL | CUARENTENA | ANAPLASMOSIS | BABESIA | ENFERMEDADES PARASITARIAS | OESTRUS OVIS | OVINOS | AMBLYOMMA VARIEGATUM | DOMINICA
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Serie Serie Colección IICA IICA-PRRET A2/GY No.87-001 (Percorrer estante) Disponível BVE04455001713
Disponível BVE04455001714

Sum. (En)

Routine clinical programmes are now being integrated with farmer's education programmes. Several surveys in Anaplasmosis, Babesiosis, parasitism and face mange disease of sheep were undertaken. Other surveys are being planned for Oestrus ovis infestation on the Island. A drug revolving scheme now operative among farmers aims at facilitating a greater effectiveness in drug availability and procurement. The capability of the diagnostic services was tested recently during the Amblyomma variegatum outbreak. The illegal entry of meat and meat products continues to be a problem for veterinary personnel. Veterinary import/export permits are now made mandatory. The setting up of a drug registration and control unit is being given active consideration. The Livestock and Plant Protection Division is helping in monitoring quarantine regulations

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