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ACCOUNTS of the discussions in the livestock section of the Congress are incorporated with summaries of the papers presented [paging covers discussions]. These include: ABDER-HALDEN, E., and HERRE, W. The application of the protective proteinase reaction to problems of heredity: 40. Protein...

Publisher
Oliver & Boyd., Edinburgh, UK
Citation
Animal breeding in the light of genetics : Seventh International Genetical Congress (Section D)., 1939, pp 78 pp.
Abstract

ABDERHALDEN, E., and HERRÉ, W. Die Anwendung der Abwehrproteinase-Reaktion für Fragen der Vererbung. [The application of protective proteinase reaction to genetical problems]: 45. ADDINGTON, L. H., and CUNNINGHAM, 0. C. An inherited di-mamilla in milk goats: 45-46. ANDERSON, JAMES. Artificial ...

Author(s)
R. C. Punnett.
Publisher
Cambridge : University Press.,
Citation
Proceedings of the Seventh International Genetical Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, 23-30 August 1939., 1941, pp 336 pp.
Abstract

The average butterfat yield has risen from 169.9 Ib. Per cow in 1918-19 to 225.0 Ib. in 1942-43, with a peak of 252.2 Ib. in 1940-41. Herd improvement has definitely slowed down and is now almost stationary. Contributing factors to improvement have been: selection of daughters from high producing...

Citation
Report. New Zealand Dairy Board, 1942, pp 24-32 pp.
Abstract

THIS is a report by a sub-committee of the Herd Recording Council accepted by the Dairy Board. During 1919-43 the av. yield of butterfat per cow in milk increased from 169.9 to 225 lb. and the yield smoothed to correct for seasonal and climatic factors from 180 to 241 lb. Of this 61 lb. increase,...

Citation
19th Report New Zealand Dairy Board, 1943, pp 24-32
Abstract

The Dairy Board and the Department of Agriculture have been closely associated in investigating various aspects of the health and production of dairy stock. The Director of the Animal Research Division of the Department of Agriculture [FlLMER, J. F.]reported on the activities of the Division.
...

Publisher
Wellington : The Board.,
Citation
Items of veterinary interest, 1943, pp 39 pp.
Abstract

One hundred daughters, by artificial insemination, of 3 merit sires averaged 285 lb. of fat in their first lactation and 15 daughters, by artificial insemination, of the son of a merit sire averaged 278 lb. of fat. Forty-two of these records were made in herds under experimental conditions at...

Author(s)
Ward, A. H.; Castle, O. M.; Lawry, H. B.
Citation
Report. New Zealand Dairy Board, 1946, pp 37-38 pp.
Abstract

The report of the dairy division (pp. 26-45) contains data on dairy produce graded for export, inspection of dairy produce in Great Britain, market milk in New Zealand and dairy industry developments. In the report of the animal research division (pp. 60-94) progress reports are given on dairy...

Citation
New Zealand : Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture, 1948-49., 1949, pp 111 pp.
Abstract

The report of the Director of the Animal Research Division (Filmer, J. F.) appears on pp. 32-70. On pp. 43-55 experiments on the breeding, feeding and productivity of dairy cattle are described, including notes on artificial insemination, grazing behaviour, and a long term controlled- versus...

Publisher
Wellington: Govt. Printer,
Citation
New Zealand. Annual report of the Department of Agriculture for the year 1949-50., 1950, pp 128 pp.
Abstract

In this report of the Director, Animal Research Division, dealing with diagnostic and research work for the year ended 31.3.49, short summaries are given of progress of studies, including: -sheep breeding; influence of ram on weight and quality of fat lambs; nutrition of the breeding ewe; STERILITY ...

Author(s)
Filmer, J. F.
Publisher
R. E. Owen, Govt. Printer., Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
Animal Research Division, Department of Agriculture. Annual Report for 1948-49., 1950, pp 46 pp.
Abstract

At the Diagnostic Station at Wallaceville 5, 303 cases of disease were investigated involving the examination of 23, 843 specimens. ENCEPHALOMALACIA of lambs, a disease not previously recorded in New Zealand, was diagnosed on about 20 properties with heavy mortality on one.
The transmission,...

Author(s)
Filmer, J. F.
Publisher
NEW ZEALAND., Wellington : R. E. Owen, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Animal Research Division, Department of Agriculture. Annual report, 1953-54., 1954, pp 40 pp.

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