Colloquium on Grass land Research

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1950
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E.A.A.F.R.O.
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In Kenya, tick control by regular dipping is considered to be essential for good stock management, but in Uganda efforts to control tick-borne diseases without dipping are showing considerable promise. By better feeding it appears that calves suffer far less mortality from these diseases, and it seems that their resistance is raised by a higher nutritional intake.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XV (4), p. 200-226