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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...

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

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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...

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OSTROWSKI, J. E. B.
Citation
Zuchtungskunde, 1958, 30, pp 82-91
Abstract

In Schleswig-Holstein 39. 3% of the cows were artificially inseminated in 1954 v. 17. 6% of all cows in the Federal German Republic. The ratio of bulls to cows has remained fairly steady in natural service; in 1954 each bull served an average of 61 cows v. 56 in 1935-38; in this period the number...

Author(s)
OTT, F.
Citation
Zuchtungskunde, 1956, 28, pp 60-65
Abstract

A GENERAL account of cattle breeding in Denmark is given [cf. A.B.A., 10: 22]. Red Danish cattle predominate on the islands, in many parts of Jutland, especially on the east coast, and in the eastern half of Nord Slesvig. Black Pied Jutland cattle predominate in northern and central Jutland. The...

Author(s)
SELL, C.
Publisher
Berl.,
Citation
Mitteilungen fur die Landwirtschaft, 1943, 58, pp 733-735
Abstract

THE number of registered herd book bulls and cows rose from 905, 547 on 1st January 1940, to 983, 645 at the beginning of 1941, the increase being largely in Black Pied and Spotted Cattle. In 1941, 563, 990 Black Pied Lowland, 91, 499 Red and Red Pied Lowland, 9735 Angeln, 5477 Shorthorn, 183, 399...

Author(s)
LANGE, W.
Citation
Deutsche Landwirtschaftliche Tierzucht, 1942, 46, pp 59-67

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