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In the Hortobogy district, there are 4 state farms with a total of 44, 000 sheep. The majority of these are Hungarian Merinos, but there are also some Tsigai and Racka sheep. Merino ewes average 40 kg. live weight and 4.5-5 kg. wool per year. To improve fleece weight and wool fineness, they have...

Author(s)
ZELFEL, S.
Citation
Tierzucht, 1961, 15, pp 457-460
Abstract

AT the instigation of the Ministry of Agriculture the artificial insemination of Merino sheep has been begun. A few sheep have been artificially inseminated with semen from Tigai and Curacao rams in order to obtain the valuable Curacao and Astrakhan pelts.

Publisher
Berl.,
Citation
Mitteilungen fur die Landwirtschaft, 1944, 59, pp 77
Abstract

This article begins with an account of the diseases encountered in the Ukraine by S. as Director of the Veterinary Research Institute in. Kiev during the German occupation. The extent to which artificial insemination is carried out in the U.S.S.R. is discussed in detail, with several tables...

Author(s)
STOSS, A. O.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1943, 51/49, pp 341-346
Abstract

THE main breeds of livestock in Russia are enumerated and attempts at livestock improvement touched upon. The incidence of the common diseases among the various species and the efforts made to combat these diseases are discussed. According to Russian experts, dark-coloured horses are more resistant ...

Author(s)
STOSS, A. O.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1943, 51/49, pp 341-346
Abstract

STEPS taken by the German administration to increase the number of livestock in occupied central Russia included: (1) the service of every possible ♀, (2) importation of sires from the Reich, (3) restarting of artificial insemination stations, (4) testing of every available native steppe stallion...

Author(s)
NOTH, H. H.
Citation
Deutsche Landwirtschaftliche Tierzucht, 1943, 47, pp 146-147
Abstract

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...

Author(s)
KRALLINGER, H. F.
Citation
Zuchtungskunde, 1943, 18, pp 131-139
Abstract

THE cattle population fell from 50 millions in 1913 to 38.4 millions in 1933, rising again to 63.2 millions in 1938 and to 65.7 millions in 1939. 80% are of local and 20% of good breeds such as the Friesian, Spotted, and Brown cattle. The Black Pied Lowland (Friesian), Holmogor, and Jaroslavl...

Author(s)
LANGE, W.
Citation
Deutsche Landwirtschaftliche Tierzucht, 1941, 45, pp 77-79
Abstract

KARAKULS were introduced into Romania in 1884 and the arid plains of Bessarabia represent the most important Karakul breeding area in Europe, apart from Russia. The industry has been greatly hampered by lack of good stud stock, due to the impossibility of fresh imports, and the lack of good rams...

Author(s)
CARDAS, A.; PASCOVSCHI, V.; NICA, G.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Tierzuchtung und Zuchtungsbiologie, 1939, 44, pp 371-379
Abstract

This publication deals with the distribution of cattle, breeding methods, cattle breeds and other animals (yak, zebu, reindeer) kept in Russia for milk production. It includes data on the numbers of cattle and cows, cattle density, artificial insemination stations and agricultural research...

Author(s)
DALWIG-NOLDA, E. VON
Citation
Giessener Abhandl. Agrar-u. Wirtschaftsforsch. europ. Ostens, 3, pp 54-90 pp.

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