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A female calf of the breed German Holstein (GH) was spontaneously born on July 28, 2013 which was 35 days before the expected term of birth. The dam was a heifer when she got pregnant from the first insemination on November 23, 2012. Calving was without complications. The calf was fully viable and...

Author(s)
Reinartz, S.; Höltershinken, M.; Distl, O.
Publisher
Schlütersche Verlagsgesellschaft GmbH & Co. KG, Hannover, Germany
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 2016, 129, 1/2, pp 82-87
Abstract

This article describes the desirable traits and breeding value of the top Holstein-Friesian dairy bulls in Germany in 2010.

Publisher
Osnabrücker Herdbuch eG, Melle-Föckinghausen, Germany
Citation
Osnabrueck Holstein Sires, 2011, pp 31 pp.
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.
Abstract

Previous work on the effect of method of mating (natural v. A.I.) on the estimation of breeding value is reviewed in detail and the author's own results presented. From 2000 German Simmental bulls 40 were selected, each bull having, on average, 30.2 daughters by natural mating and 46.5 by A.I. Fat...

Author(s)
SCHÜSSLER, R.
Citation
Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch, 1965, 42, pp 771-803
Abstract

The genetic level of performance of 15 A. I. bulls used between 1949 and 1957 in the Upper Austrian Brown Association was investigated by means of the selection index proposed by H. L. Le Boy in combination with a daughter-population comparison [see A. B. A. 24, No. 1038]. The 305-day yields of 668 ...

Author(s)
RITTMANNSPEBGER, F.
Citation
Bodenkultur, 1964, 15, pp 57-67
Abstract

Data were obtained from 1450 dam-daughter pairs of Black Pied Lowland cattle at the Stendal A.I. Station in Altmark; the daughters were sired by 14 bulls. Analysis of calving intervals and dam-daughter differences in reproductive efficiency revealed no relation between the fertility of bulls and...

Author(s)
SCHÖNMUTH, G.
Publisher
Trento,
Citation
5th International Congress Animal Reproduction A.I., 1964., 1964, 4, pp 531-534
Abstract

In Poland, over 30% of all cows are artificially inseminated. In 1960 a bull testing station was set up where 9 progeny groups, each comprising 15 daughters of Black Pied Lowland and Polish Red bulls, have been tested to date. The organization of the tests is based on the Danish and English...

Author(s)
RABEK, A.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1963, 15, pp 852-853
Abstract

At 3 and 12 mths. of age various body measurements of 75, 66, 41 and 65 daughters resp. of 4 Spotted Mountain bulls were compared with those of their sires and dams, as well as with those of each other. Between 3 of the progeny groups there were only small differences, but the daughters of 1 bull...

Author(s)
BREITENSTEIN, K. G.
Citation
Tierzucht, 1961, 15, pp 439-442
Abstract

The organization of A. I. in the Federal Republic is described. Based on the experiences and decisions of the working committee, the 2nd edition which was published in 1953 has now been revised and a number of proposals amplified.
In Western Germany, based on the census of 3rd Dec. 1959, the total...

Citation
Arb. ArbGemeinsch. dtsch. Rinderzuchter, 1960, 27, pp viii+232 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

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