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On many pig farms, >50% of boars used as herd sires are culled within their first two years of use. Premature culling of high value breeding animals has negative effects not only on breeding programmes but also on the economic performance of farms. Sire boars have a significant influence on the...

Author(s)
KlopitskiĭV. P.; Konopel'ko, Yu. V.
Publisher
Izdatel'ski Dom Svinovodstvo, Moscow, Russia
Citation
Svinovodstvo (Moskva), 2010, No.6, pp 63-65
Abstract

This book is intended for zootechnicians and veterinarians involved in A.I. Its chapters cover the following: the significance and history of A.I. ; the anatomy and physiology of the male and female genitalia; feeding, management and use of sires; methods of obtaining semen; the physiology and...

Author(s)
Parsutin, G. V.; Smirnov-ugrjumov, D. V.; Mihaïlov, N. N.
Publisher
Moscow : Kolos.,
Citation
Iskusstvennoe osemenenie sel'skokhozyaist-vennykh zhivotnykh., 1970, 2nd edn, pp 232 pp.
Abstract

The following are discussed with particular reference to Poland: organization of A.I. ; training of in-seminators; use of sires; storage of semen at low temperatures; A.I. of species other than cattle; economic aspects.

Author(s)
Glud, V.
Citation
Mezhdunarodnyi sel'skokhozyaistvennyi Zhurnal, 1969, 13, 3, pp 95-98
Abstract

Although the book begins, as do many others, with a chapter on the origin of breeds of livestock, domestication and the classification of breeds, and ends with a chapter on breeding organization, in most of the book the author concentrates on genetic aspects of breeding-if it is permissible to...

Author(s)
Vsjakih, A. S.
Publisher
Moscow: Kolos.,
Citation
Theoretical principles of stud work., 1965, pp 432 pp.
Abstract

The Meeting was held on 2lst-3Oth May 1962 at Moscow.
ABHIPOVEC, A. I. [The effect of accessory-gland secretions on spermatozoal survival in preserved boar semen]: 426-432
ASLANJAN, M. M. [The effect of artificial insemination in increasing the breed characteristics and productivity of sheep in the ...

Author(s)
A. S. Vsjakih.
Citation
Moscow: Seljhozizdat., 1963, pp 444 pp.
Abstract

The good results obtained in the improvement of livestock in the U.S.S.R. by selection and inbreeding are briefly discussed. The possible danger of such a policy is pointed out and illustrated by the case of the Mazoev breed of sheep, which was noted for length of wool. Over concentration on this...

Author(s)
Milovanov, V. K.; Smirnov-ugryumov, D. V.
Publisher
Moscow : SePkhozgiz,
Citation
Osemenenie sel'skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh., 1944, pp 100 pp.
Abstract

THE introductory address given at the meeting of the animal breeding section of the Agricultural Academy was devoted to problems of feeding and utilization of livestock sires. The various aspects of fertility and sterility in the ♂ are discussed, the text being largely reproduced from recent...

Author(s)
Milovanov, V. K.
Citation
Radon. Korml. Ispoljz. Proizvod. s. h. Zivotn. Moscow : Lenin Acad. Agric. Sci., 1939, pp 4-35
Abstract

A MOST interesting book written with the purpose of elucidating the great potentialities that crossing remotely related animal forms may have for the practice of animal breeding. There have been many attempts at crossing different species in the past, but most of them have not been carried out on a ...

Author(s)
Serebrovskii, A. S.
Publisher
Moscow : Biomedgis.,
Citation
Hybridisation of animals., 1935, pp 290 pp.

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