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Artificial insemination (AI) technology use in poultry production has enabled the rapid dissemination of genetic material from a small number of superior males to a high number of females. Excellent fertility in poultry can be obtained by AI compared to natural mating. Successful application of...

Author(s)
Mohan, J.; Sharma, S. K.; Kolluri, G.; Dhama, K.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
World's Poultry Science Journal, 2018, 74, 3, pp 475-488
Abstract

One of the current trends within the artificial insemination industry is to progeny test young dairy bulls in multiple countries. The objectives of this study were to assess the extent of multi-country progeny testing and to measure the corresponding gains in reliability of international breeding...

Author(s)
Weigel, K. A.; Zwald, N. R.
Publisher
American Dairy Science Association, Savoy, USA
Citation
Journal of Dairy Science, 2002, 85, 5, pp 1339-1344
Abstract

Genetic information available on the Internet and useful to dairy farmers in Québec, Canada is discussed. Data on national breeding and insemination organizations, milk recording, breeding records, breed associations and animal identification are examined. A list of relevant web-site addresses for...

Author(s)
Lacroix, R.; Wade, K.; Marchais, S. D.; Marchand, R.
Citation
Producteur de Lait Québécois, 1998, 18, 10, pp 53-55
Abstract

International comparisons are made of milk recording and artificial insemination use. The countries covered are: Irish Republic, New Zealand, Australia, Netherlands, UK, USA and Germany.

Author(s)
Magan, M.
Citation
Irish Grassland and Animal Production Association Journal, 1997, 31, pp 65-66
Abstract

This book is the result of journeys made to 85 countries outside North America, during which the author and his wife observed, recorded and photographed over 300 " breeds " and types of cattle; there are in fact almost 600 photographs, most of which are excellent. A few of them depict unusual...

Author(s)
Rouse, J. E.
Publisher
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.,
Citation
World cattle. Vol. II., 1970, 2, 1st edn, pp 487-1046+ i-vii pp.
Abstract

This book is the result of journeys made to 85 countries outside North America, during which the author and his wife observed, recorded and photographed over 300 " breeds " and types of cattle; there are in fact almost 600 photographs, most of which are excellent. A few of them depict unusual...

Author(s)
Rouse, J. E.
Publisher
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.,
Citation
World cattle. Vol. I., 1970, 1, 1st edn, pp 1-486 + i-xxiv pp.
Abstract

At present approx. 59 million cows, 46.6 million ewes, 942, 000 sows, 125, 000 mares and 56, 000 goats are inseminated each year. Data are tabulated for numbers inseminated in each country; some data are given for insemination of poultry in the U.S.A., Japan and Australia.

Author(s)
Nishikawa, Y.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1964, 16, pp 665-666
Abstract

In this useful book the author, who is obviously a logical and competent critic, seems to have set himself the task of surveying the whole of the agricultural process, from the soil to the milk on the doorstep, in relation to scientific investigations arising out of and underlying milk production....

Author(s)
Craplet, C.
Publisher
Paris: Vigot Freres Editeurs.,
Citation
Traite d'elevage moderne., 1960, 5, pp 484 pp.
Abstract

THE organization and management of an artificial insemination ring is discussed, with notes on semen collection and insemination technique. The importance of obtaining the breeding history of the cows before accepting a herd into the ring is illustrated by 3 examples: in a herd of 46 cows 99...

Author(s)
Hindmarsh, W. L.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1945, 21, pp 95-99

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