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363 ejaculates from 30 ganders were evaluated for semen colour, consistency and cloudiness, and the relationship between scores for the 3 traits with sperm concentration were investigated. White, dense ejaculates with a creamy consistency had a higher sperm concentration than cream- coloured or...

Author(s)
Wichmann, M.
Publisher
Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover, Germany
Citation
Zur instrumentellen Besamung von Hausgänsen: Vergleich für die Auswahl besamungstauglicher Ejakulate, 1992, pp 95 pp.
Abstract

Four groups of geese (52-56 birds per group) were kept with ♂♂, and 4 groups were kept without ♂♂ and were inseminated once (2 groups) or twice (2 groups) weekly with semen from 36 ♂♂. Pooled semen was used for twice-weekly inseminations, and ♀♀ inseminated once weekly were inseminated with semen...

Author(s)
Hartmann, U.
Publisher
Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover, Germany
Citation
Felduntersuchungen zur instrumentellen Besamung von Hausgänsen: Vergleich der Reproduktionsleistungen bei Anwendung zweier Inseminationsintervalle, 1991, pp 92pp.
Abstract

The reproductive performance of 2 groups, each of 60 artificially inseminated ♀♀, was compared with that of 120 naturally mated ♀♀ in 2 groups running with selected ♂♂ (12 per group) and 360 ♀♀ in 6 groups in a commercial flock. AI was carried out twice weekly, using 0.1 ml of pooled, diluted...

Author(s)
Südbeck, M.
Publisher
Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover, Germany
Citation
Untersuchungen zur instrumentellen Besamung von Gänsen - Feldversuch über eine Reproduktionsperiode, 1990, pp 97pp.
Abstract

An account is given of AI in fowls, turkeys, geese and ducks, with details of semen collection and dilution, insemination dose, ejaculate size and sperm concentration. The role of AI in the hybridization of pheasants with turkeys and fowls, of fowls with turkeys and of ducks with Muscovy ducks is...

Author(s)
Löhle, K.
Citation
Tierzucht, 1984, 38, 11, pp 514-516
Abstract

A. I. is playing an increasing role in the production of fowls, turkeys and geese in Hungary. Tables are given showing recent results in turkeys and geese. In turkeys, fertility improved by 12.4% in Empire Whites and 23.7% in Broad Breasted Bronze when A. I, was used instead of natural mating....

Author(s)
KOPLIKNÉ-KOVÁCS, É.
Publisher
Deutscher Bauernverl., Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur Geflugelzucht und Kleintierkunde, 1969, 18, pp 271-280
Abstract

It is probably true to say that in recent years no group of animal breeders has been more progressive in outlook or more keen to benefit from research than the large-scale poultry breeders. Dr. Scholtyssek brings the results of this research to a wider circle of breeders and would-be breeders. His...

Author(s)
SCHOLTYSSEK, S.
Citation
Stuttgart: Verlag Eugen Ulmer., 1968, pp 295 pp.