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The 34 invited papers, published in full in this volume, include the following which are of dairying interest: [Adjuvant supply problems in intensive animal production], by M.Kirchgessner (pp.60-72, De); 'Nutritional problems arising in intensive animal production-energy aspects', by K.L.Blaxter...

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9th International Congress of Animal Production, Edinburgh [11th-18th] August 1966. Report of Proceedings and Invited Papers., 1967, pp viii + 368 pp.
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This book contains a considerable amount of detailed and useful information and gives a good insight into the organization of the A.I. service in East Germany. Written in very readable language, it is well produced and is amply illustrated with moderately good illustrations and many graphs and...

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JENICHEN, W.; STRASSBURG, H.; ZELFEL, S.
Publisher
Berlin: VEB Deutscher Landwirtschaftsverlag.,
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Samenubertragung beim Rind., 1962, pp 440 pp.
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ENGELER, W.
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Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1954, 61, 39/40, pp 173-176
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ENGELER, W.
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Tierzuchter, 1954, 6, pp 610-615
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IN eastern Europe, e.g. Russia, artificial insemination affords a speedy method of upgrading by permitting more intensive culling and selection. In central and western Europe its chief value lies in the possibility of an earlier determination of a bull's hereditary worth and an increased chance of...

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KRALLINGER, H. F.
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Zuchtungskunde, 1943, 18, pp 131-139
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IN this book are amalgamated the theoretical and practical experience of a pioneer of fox farming in Germany and that of workers in North America, Scandinavia, and Central Europe. Acting on the advice of Professor Demolí, of Munich, the Leipzig pelt traders decided to form an organization for fox...

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SCHMIDT, F.
Publisher
München: F. C. Mayer Verlag.,
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Der Silberfuchs und seine Zucht., 1938, pp 404 pp.

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