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This article describes the improved results when mixed semen from Simmental, Limousin and Angus bulls are used for artificial insemination in Switzerland.

Author(s)
Witschi, U.; Nussbaum, K.; Schmitz-Hsu, F.
Publisher
Schweizerischer Fleckviehzuchtverband, Zollikofen, Switzerland
Citation
SwissHerdbook Bulletin, 2011, No.5, pp 25-26
Abstract

From 1 July 1996 to 30 June 1997, 1 142 000 inseminations were carried out in Switzerland, using semen from Simmental, Swiss Brown, Holstein, Limousin and Aberdeen-Angus bulls. Semen from bulls of beef breeds was used for >300 000 inseminations, representing an increase of 22% over the previous...

Author(s)
Moser, H. U.
Citation
KB-Mitteilungen, 1997, 35, 3, pp 10-11
Abstract

The cattle population increased by 1.9% from the previous yr to 13.9 million. The number of herdbook-registered animals was 1 031 784 (8117 more than 1971) composed of 450 804 German Black Pieds, 272 855 German Simmentals, 164 271 German Red Pieds, 90 513 German Browns, 18 863 Angelns, 17 247...

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Arbeiten, Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Rinderzuchter, 1973, No. 43, pp 169pp.
Abstract

The cattle population decreased by 3.0% from the previous year to 13.6 million. The number of herdbook-registered animals was 1 023 667, composed of 453 495 German Black Pieds, 262 966 German Simmentals, 163 525 German Red Pieds, 87 970 German Browns, 19 135 Angelns, 17 131 German Yellows, 5052...

Citation
Arbeiten. Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Rinderzuchter, 1972, No.42, pp 169 pp.
Abstract

The cattle population decreased by 1.8% from the previous year to 14, 026, 000. The number of herdbook-registered animals was 1, 062, 125, composed of 478, 480 German Black Pieds, 263, 695 German Simmentals, 172, 689 German Red Pieds, 87, 687 German Browns, 17, 553 Angelns, 17, 553 German Yellows,...

Citation
Arb. ArbGemeinsch. dtsch. Rinderzuchter, 1971, 41, pp 134 pp.
Abstract

The total cattle population increased by 0.6% to 14, 061 million. The number of herdbook-registered animals was down by 1.9% to 925, 504, composed of 500, 407 German Black Pied, 187, 228 German Red Pied, 159, 171 German Simmental, 32, 863 German Brown, 19, 049 Angeln, 7881 German Yellow, 5256...

Citation
Arb. ArbGemeinsch. dt. Rinder-zuchter., 1969, 39, pp 35 + [95] pp.
Abstract

A general description of the organization and management of cattle breeding in Argentina is given. Cattle are bred either for meat (Shorthorn, Aberdeen-Angus, and Hereford) or milk (principally Holando-Argentino). Milk recording wag begun experimentally in 1910. By 1934, 2361 cows were...

Author(s)
OSTROWSKI, J. E. B.
Citation
Zuchtungskunde, 1958, 30, pp 82-91

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