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Bampton, P.R.; Curran, M.K.; Kempson, R.E. A preliminary study of the relationship between central testing and 'on-farm' performance testing of pigs : 97-98.Barlow, M.; Pryce-Jones, D.; Reed, H.C.B. An investigation into techniques for sheep artificial insemination in the field : 95.Cook, G.L.;...

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Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Production, 1974, 3, New Series, pp 85-114
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A questionnaire on A. I. was answered by authorities in 43 out of the 70 countries to which it was sent. Information solicited and reported here includes numbers of livestock inseminated during recent years, legislation and organization, and selection and use of sires.
It is estimated that A. I. is ...

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Bonadonna, T.
Citation
Zootecnica e Veterinaria, 1954, 9, pp 111-120; 159-165; 192-196; 228-235; 319-334; 399-447
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THE present unsatisfactory state of dairy herds in Great Britain is attributed to the unorganised growth of the milk production industry, the incidence of disease, the efforts to maintain a level output by buying-in nondescript cows in the low-producing season, the sale of milk in bottles (leading...

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Mackintosh, J.
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J. Brit. Dairy Fmrs' Ass., War Ser., 1945, 4, pp 7-34
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The evidence tendered and suggestions made include the following.
Animal Husbandry. -Emphasis is laid on the education of the farming: community in animal husbandry.
Veterinary Research. -The general extension of research and the provision of a diagnostic centre are necessary in Northern Ireland.
...

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Veterinary Record, 1944, 56, pp 258-264
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THE Secretary for Agriculture and Forestry reports on the situation created by war conditions and the developments in agricultural policy in response to them. As yet there has been no serious effect on agriculture and the Department has proceeded with its fundamental work in a fairly normal manner. ...

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Farming in South Africa, 1940, 15, pp 441-543
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AFTER reviewing the history and present-day methods, the author discusses the prospects of applying artificial insemination to stock breeding in Great Britain. He does not think that it can be expected to develop to the same extent as in countries with more extensive conditions, e.g. Russia or some ...

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Miller, W. C.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1938, 50, pp 25-31
Abstract

NEARLY one-third of the cattle of the world are to be found in India, where the population is estimated at 215, 000, 000, as compared with 65, 000, 000 in the Soviet Union and 58, 000, 000 in the U.S.A., while Great Britain has 7, 000, 000. Details are given of the value of cattle products; milk...

Author(s)
Wright, N. C.
Publisher
Simla : Govt. of India Press,
Citation
Report on the development of the cattle and dairy industries of India. Published by the Manager of Publications, Delhi., 1937, pp 185 pp.

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