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[development of animal husbandry in groningen in the 18th and 19th century; a broad outline].this overview is mainly focussed on the clay area forming the northern half of the province. it is the wealthiest and most characteristic part, being cultured since the middle ages as testified by the many churches that even small villages were able to construct. about 1700 the province of groningen enjoyed already a modern economy, fitting in with that of the other coastal areas of friesland, zeeland and holland (the last mentioned was the richest region of the world in the 17th and 18th centur ...200115156851
prevalence of the causative agents of equine piroplasmosis in the south west of the netherlands and the identification of two autochthonous clinical theileria equi infections.equine piroplasmosis (ep) has not been considered indigenous in the netherlands. however, following the detection of an apparently indigenous subclinical babesia caballi infection in a horse on schouwen-duiveland (an island in the zeeland province), a survey was undertaken between may and september 2010 to assess the prevalence of the causative agents of ep in the south-west of the netherlands. blood samples from 300 randomly selected horses were tested for specific antibodies against theileria ...201222266019
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