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Although this is a multiauthor book, with 31 authors contributing chapters on their own particular specialities, it is well integrated into a consistent whole to produce a text of high quality for use by research workers and consultants in animal breeding, veterinarians, scientists involved in...

Author(s)
Krausslich, H.
Publisher
Verlag Eugen Ulmer GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Tierzuchtungslehre., 1994, Pt 4, pp 464 pp.
Abstract

Following a summary of the history of organised cattle breeding in the German Federal Republic, the impact on cattle breeding of population genetics, the development of computers and artificial insemination and the structure of cattle breeders' associations are discussed. Probable future...

Author(s)
Kräusslich, H.
Citation
Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch, 1987, 64, 4, pp 387-394
Abstract

Problems encountered in establishing an integrated recording system for dairy performance, AI and disease in cattle are discussed. A pilot project for a disease recording system in veterinary practices is discussed.

Author(s)
Kräusslich, H.; Brem, G.; Distl, O.
Citation
Züchtungskunde, 1984, 56, 5, pp 351-361
Abstract

The investigations carried out in an earlier study [see ABA 43, 1655] were continued on a further sample of 56 447 cows which had calved at least twice between Aug. 1971 and Feb. 1975, and had been inseminated in the district covered by the Meggle AI Station. 68% of cows required 1 insemination per ...

Author(s)
Krausslich, H.; Osterkorn, K.; Richter, H.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1977, 90, 3, pp 55-57
Abstract

The effects of season, age of cow, insemination and semen quality on NR rate in cows, and its h2, are considered.

Author(s)
Krausslich, H.; Osterkorn, K.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1976, 28, 11, pp 496-497
Abstract

Investigations carried out since 1969 in Bavaria on calves sired by German Simmental, German Brown, German Black Pied and German Red Pied bulls and on calvings of the daughters of bulls of these breeds showed that in all breeds there was a significantly lower incidence of stillbirths in calves...

Author(s)
Krausslich, H.; Gottschalk, A.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1975, 27, 1, pp 8-10
Abstract

Author(s)
Krausslich, H.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1974, 81, No.19, pp 454-457
Abstract

The NR rates to 282 825 first inseminations with semen from 286 German Simmental (GS) and 126 German Yellow (GY) young bulls were analysed. Data were additively corrected for the effects of year, season and inseminator. Since a significant deviation of the data from a normal distribution was...

Author(s)
Schmid, R.; Krausslich, H.; Osterkorn, K.
Citation
Zuchtungskunde, 1974, 46, 6, pp 450-457
Abstract

An analysis was made of 69 181 first inseminations with deep-frozen semen carried out between Oct. 1969 and Nov. 1972 at the Meggle AI Station in Bavaria. With intervals between calving and 1st insemination of <40, 41-50, 51-60 and >60 days, the 60- to 90-day NR rates averaged 54.6, 61.8, 62.3 and 66.1%, and calving...

Author(s)
Krausslich, H.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1974, 87, 14, pp 276-278
Abstract

Analysis of AI data from the Meggle AI station revealed that insemination of cows < 40 days after calving led to a considerable lowering of the NR rate. The insemination index fell with increasing length of service period. It was concluded that healthy cows should be inseminated more than or equal to 41 days after calving.

Author(s)
Krausslich, H.
Citation
Zuchthygiene, 1974, 9, 2, pp 77

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