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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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Erices, J.
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Monatshefte für Veterinärmedizin, 1985, 40, 13, pp 455-458
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W. worked in the Kericho district of Kenya from 1965 to 1969. He described topography and agriculture, tick control, improvement of hides and skins, artificial insemination, transport of cattle for slaughter, and opportunities for a clinical service. One chapter is concerned with the main diseases...

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Weinzierl, H.
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Fachbereich Veterinarmedizin. Justus Liebig-Universitat Giessen., W. Germany
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Analyse der Tatigkeit eines Distriktstierarztes im Hochland von Kenia., 1972, pp 170 pp.
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This thesis comprises 2 sections, each complete within itself. Detailed physical and physiological observations were made at the National Sahiwal Stud in Kenya. The structure and organization of the stud is described. Of 152 bulls, 65 were purebred Sahiwals, and the rest were crossbreds with the...

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GROVE, D.
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Hanover,
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Thesis, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, Munchen, 1968, pp 78 pp.
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SEELE, -.
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Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1954, 61, 11/12,
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IN the northern part of South-West Africa, hinnies are bred on account of their resistance to African horse sickness, which causes very high mortality. Asses are resistant to this disease, and the immunity of the hinnies is due to antibodies received from their mothers. The usual height of a...

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KOCH, W.
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Deutsche Landwirtschaftliche Tierzucht, 1936, 40, pp 56-57
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Veterinarians engaged in work on sexual physiology and disease in domestic animals cannot afford to miss reading these review articles in full: the papers are already too concise to abstract.
Quinlan dealt with knowledge gained by the work of himself and other workers in South Africa. He discussed...

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SCHOTTLER, F.
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12th International Veterinary Congress 1934, 1935, 2, pp 439-440
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Veterinarians engaged in work on sexual physiology and disease in domestic animals cannot afford to miss reading these review articles in full: the papers are already too concise to abstract.
Quinlan dealt with knowledge gained by the work of himself and other workers in South Africa. He discussed...

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SCHOTTLER, F.
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12th International Veterinary Congress 1934, 1935, 2, pp 418-439
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Veterinarians engaged in work on sexual physiology and disease in domestic animals cannot afford to miss reading these review articles in full: the papers are already too concise to abstract.
Quinlan dealt with knowledge gained by the work of himself and other workers in South Africa. He discussed...

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BOYD W. L.
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12th International Veterinary Congress 1934, 1935, 2, pp 405-417
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Veterinarians engaged in work on sexual physiology and disease in domestic animals cannot afford to miss reading these review articles in full: the papers are already too concise to abstract.
Quinlan dealt with knowledge gained by the work of himself and other workers in South Africa. He discussed...

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FREI, W.
Citation
12th International Veterinary Congress 1934, 1935, 2, pp 389-405

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