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THE livestock census on 1st January 1939 showed that the total numbers of stock on collective farms were 15, 620, 000 cattle, 27, 150, 000 sheep and goats, 6, 680, 000 pigs, and 13, 460, 000 horses. All classes show an increase as compared with the previous year. A characteristic feature has been a ...

Author(s)
Rogozin, G. M.
Citation
Sovetskaya Zootekhniya, 1939, 5, pp 3-12
Abstract

ACCORDING to the Livestock Department of the Republic of Colombia, livestock numbers are estimated to be: 1, 000, 000 horses, 305, 000 asses, 500, 000 mules, 8, 111, 920 cattle, 1, 000, 000 sheep, 600, 000 goats, 1, 600, 000 pigs, and 15, 000, 000 poultry. The distribution of the livestock industry ...

Author(s)
Bonilla, G. H.
Publisher
Universidad de La Salle, Bogota, Colombia
Citation
Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, 1939, 9, 75, pp 329-343
Abstract

THE cattle population fell from 50 millions in 1913 to 38.4 millions in 1933, rising again to 63.2 millions in 1938 and to 65.7 millions in 1939. 80% are of local and 20% of good breeds such as the Friesian, Spotted, and Brown cattle. The Black Pied Lowland (Friesian), Holmogor, and Jaroslavl...

Author(s)
Lange, W.
Citation
Deutsche Landwirtschaftliche Tierzucht, 1941, 45, pp 77-79
Abstract

THE populations and uses of livestock in pre-war Europe, and the devastation wrought by war, are briefly surveyed. It is estimated that restoration of cattle numbers will take 6 yrs. (using artificial insemination), of sheep up to 9 yrs., horses 15-16, pigs 2 (given adequate food supplies), while...

Author(s)
Russell, ; E]. J.
Citation
Nature, 1943, 151, pp 433-438
Abstract

THIS is a report to the Indian Government dealing mainly with problems of distribution of milk. There are about 22, 800, 000 producers of milk and 219 million milch cattle. The buffalo is considered complementary to, not a substitute for, the cow. Semi-starvation of the cattle is the most important ...

Author(s)
Pepperall, R. A.
Publisher
Delhi : Manager of Publications,
Citation
The dairy industry of India. Report on an investigation with recommendations. 1945., 1946, pp 30 pp.
Abstract

THE position of dairy production and A. I. in N. Z. is compared with that in a series of countries recently visited. The margin between the yield of cows in pedigree and commercial herds is very narrow in N. Z., not great in Denmark and the U. S. A., unknown in England, and very wide in the U. S....

Author(s)
James, J. P.
Citation
Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, 1946, 1946, pp 59-67
Abstract

THIS report covers every aspect of the dairy industry in the U.S.A. and Canada. The body of the report is comparatively short; it summarises the facts and figures in the appendices and includes recommendations of policies and practices which should be applied in Great Britain. In the field of...

Author(s)
Davies, J. L.; Douglas, J. B.; Foot, A. S.; Troup, L. G.
Publisher
London : H.M.S.O.,
Citation
Agriculture overseas. Report., 1946, 1, pp 64 pp.
Abstract

The fall in numbers due to war and drought is shown by the following figures for 1948 (1934 figures in brackets): horses 499, 217 (v. 531, 519), cattle 1, 439, 742 (v. 1, 497, 624), buffaloes 280, 607 (v. 374, 977), sheep 7, 982, 204 (v. 8, 839, 492), goats 862, 582 (v. 913, 088), pigs 718, 751 (v. ...

Citation
Food and Agriculture, 1947, pp 115-116 pp.
Abstract

AN account of the animal husbandry policy and objectives is given as well as of the development of the Ngogwe Livestock Improvement Area, and the work carried out at the Entebbe Experimental Station and Mbarara Stock Farm.
The rate of consumption of both cattle and goats has increased and the...

Publisher
Entebbe : Govt. Printer,
Citation
Annual Report for the year ended 31st December 1947., 1948, pp 24 pp.
Abstract

LIVESTOCK numbers in Algeria in 1946 were as follows: horses, 180, 000; mules, 220, 000; asses, 260, 000; cattle, 683, 000; sheep, 2, 808, 000; goats, 2, 050, 000; and camels, 134, 000.
Horse. Numbers of services and foaling rates are given for the breeding centres at Blida, Constantine, Oran, and...

Author(s)
JORE D'ARCES, P.
Publisher
Algiers: Ch. Barbry.,
Citation
La production animale et L'action du Service de l'Elevage en Algerie 1947., 1948, pp 50 pp.

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