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In a dairy farm in Lower Saxony, a male black and white German Holstein calf showed two partially fused heads, scoliosis of the thoracal vertebral column and a high-graded dyspnoea. The animal was sired by a bull used in artificial insemination. Further affected calves were not known at this farm....

Author(s)
Buck, B. C.; Zoeller, M.; Baumgärtner, W.; Distl, O.
Publisher
Schlütersche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG , Hannover, Germany
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 2009, 122, 3/4, pp 116-120
Abstract

A table is given showing the length of useful life of bulls at the Bremen-Lower Saxony Central Artificial Insemination Centre according to age when first used. For 68 bulls acquired at 1-2 yrs. the av. length of useful life was 40 .2 mths. (4645 1st inseminations) and for 21 bulls at 2-3 yrs., 50.l ...

Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1963, 70, pp 402-403
Abstract

Ten A. I. Black Pied Lowland bulls belonging to the Lower Saxony Central Bull Breeding Society were studied over a 13-mth. period which was divided into 7 sections according to level of protein fed. A total of 1416 ejaculates was evaluated and conception rate calculated for 15, 440 first ...

Author(s)
DÄHLMANN, H.
Publisher
Tierarztl. Hochsch., Hanover, Germany
Citation
Einfluss von Fütterung und Geschlechtsbeanspruchung auf Spermaqualität und Befruchtungsfähigkeit bei Besamungsbullen., 1958, pp 54 pp.
Abstract

A law introduced in 1949 regulates artificial insemination. All male animals used are licenced. Inseminators, whether veterinarians or lay persons, must have special training in their subject. Regulations controlling insemination in other countries are mentioned. -ROY MACK.

Author(s)
FROEHNER, H.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1950, 57, pp 76-79
Abstract

THE numbers of goats in Saxony and Saxony-Anlialt have increased from 128, 000 and 137, 000 in 1940 to 379, 000 and 326, 000 resp. in 1947. This rapid rise was not accompanied by a' similar increase in the number of bucks suitable for breeding, and A. I. has been introduced to prevent a reduction...

Author(s)
SCHMIDT, K.; DIETZ, O.; WEISS, H.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1950, 6, pp 109-112
Abstract

The place of artificial insemination in the German breeding policy is discussed [see also GÖTZE- V.B. 13. 105]. Since 1942 the method has Been given trial under practical conditions at centres in N.W. Germany. The work at these centres is described in detail and, in the case of horses and goats,...

Author(s)
GOTZE, R.; ROSENBERGER, G.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1944, 50, pp 121-127
Abstract

FOR economic and genetical reasons the application of artificial insemination to goat breeding would be particularly advantageous. The number of bucks could be reduced and numerous separate service stations replaced by a central insemination centre, thus saving time, food, and labour. 20-25% of all ...

Author(s)
ROSENBERGER, G.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1944, 52/50, pp 121-127
Abstract

AT the first German experimental station for the artificial insemination of goats established in Oct. 1942 at Gadenstedt, in the Peine district of Hanover, only 5% of the inseminated goats have so far failed to conceive. One ejaculation suffices to fertilize up to 600 ♀♀.

Author(s)
FORSCHUNGSDIENST.
Citation
Forschungsdienst, 1943, 15, pp 105-106

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