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In 1992, 5 476 000 dairy cows and 553 000 beef cows were inseminated in Germany, representing a decrease of 4.6 and 25.9% resp. compared with 1991. Data are tabulated by breed.

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Tierzüchter, 1993, 45, 6, pp 8
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In 1992, in the Netherlands, 1.84 million cows were inseminated, representing a decrease of 15% compared with 1991. Holstein semen was used for 58.2% of inseminations, representing an increase of 4.2% compared with the previous year, and semen from Red and White Holstein and Meuse-Rhine- Yssel...

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Tierzüchter, 1992, 44, 12, pp 6
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In the former German Democratic Republic, 839 139 cows were inseminated between 1 Oct. 1991 and 30 June 1992, representing a decrease of 12.1% in the total number of first inseminations and of 25.3% in the number of cows inseminated with semen from beef bulls compared with the previous year....

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Tierzüchter, 1992, 44, 9, pp 4
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Of 909 915 first inseminations in 1990 in Denmark, 858 650 were with semen from bulls of dairy breeds and 49 964 with beef bull semen. Semen from Danish Black Pied, Danish Red and Danish Jersey bulls was used for 577 432, 134 483 and 122 671 inseminations resp., and the most popular beef breed was...

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Tierzüchter, 1991, 43, 8, pp 330
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In 1990, in Denmark, 4772 Danish Red Pied cows were milk- recorded, representing 0.8% of the total number of recorded cows. Yields averaged 6309 kg milk with 4.08% fat and 3.37% protein, representing an increase 96 kg, 0.12 and 0.02 resp. compared with the previous year. The highest individual...

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Tierzüchter, 1991, 43, 8, pp 330
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In 1989, in Austria, there were 950 029 cows, of which 34% were milk recorded, with av. yields of 4584 kg milk at 4. 12% fat and 3.26% protein. Of the 297 476 herdbook cows, 189 800 were Simmentals, 74 533 Austrian Browns, 14 763 Friesians and 14 028 Pinzgaus. Overall, 73. 3% of cows were...

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Tierzüchter, 1990, 42, 11, pp 470
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In 1988, in Switzerland, 829 522 cows were inseminated, representing 83.2% of the total population; 276  951 Swiss Brown, 368  Simmental and 68 174 Swiss Black Pied cows were inseminated with semen from bulls of their own breed , and 16 732, 14 880 and 18 919 resp. were inseminated with imported...

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Tierzüchter, 1989, 41, 6, pp 234
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In 1988, in Denmark, the number of semen doses exported totalled 85 277, representing a decrease of 14.2% compared with 1987. Of the doses, 59 174 were from Danish Black Pied bulls. Approximately 42 000, 9000, 9000 and 6500 doses resp. were exported to the UK, Norway, Spain and the German Federal...

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Tierzüchter, 1989, 41, 8, pp 330
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In 1987, in South Africa, 107 638 cows (49 487 herdbook cows) from 1759 herds were milk-recorded. Milk yield averaged 4732 kg with 3.70% fat and 3.29% protein overall. For Friesian, Jersey, Ayrshire and Guernsey herdbook cows, milk yield averaged 5325, 4032, 4718 and 4369 kg resp., milk fat...

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Tierzüchter, 1988, 40, 8, pp 326
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In 1987, in France, 400 000 sheep were inseminated, representing an increase of 94% since 1971. Of 70 000 ewes inseminated at Limoges AI station, the majority were Suffolk, Rouge de l'Ouest, Berrichon and Texel.

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Tierzüchter, 1988, 40, 4, pp 146