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This article describes international organization Interbull, which collects genetic information from dairy bulls from the whole world in order to select the best sires for milk production traits in Sweden and other countries.

Author(s)
Lehr, N. von der
Publisher
Sveriges Veterinärförbund, Stockholm, Sweden
Citation
Svensk Veterinärtidning, 2019, 71, 5, pp 26-27
Abstract

An account is given of the history and development of Swedish Red-and-White (SRB) and Swedish Friesian (SLB) cattle in Sweden from the beginning of the 19th century and of the development of red dairy breeds in Finland and Norway. Details are also given of recent breeding work, including AI,...

Author(s)
Hovmark, S.
Citation
Kungl. Skogs- och Lantbruksakademiens Tidskrift, 1998, 137, 17, pp 29-37
Abstract

In 1987, in Sweden, 43 200 dairy cows were inseminated with beef bull semen, representing 4.13% of all inseminations. A further increase in the use of beef bulls is expected in 1988, when the increase in the first 2 months of the recording year was >33% compared with the same peroid in the previous ...

Author(s)
Christensen, S.
Citation
Husdjur, 1988, No. 12, pp 38
Abstract

In 1985-86, in Sweden, 617 296 cows were inseminated, representing 89% of the total population. The 56-day NR rate was 68.1%, and the number of inseminations per conception averaged 1.74. Of the total number of ♀♀ inseminated, 26.6% were heifers. Data are tabulated by district, breed of cow and...

Citation
Meddelande, Svensk Husdjursskötsel, 1987, No. 148, pp 91-125
Abstract

From Sep. 1986 to Apr. 1987, beef bull semen was used for 16 507 inseminations in Sweden, representing an increase of 37% compared with the previous year. Charolais, Limousin, Simmental, Hereford and Aberdeen-Angus semen was used for 32.4, 26.0, 24.5, 15.9 and 1.2% resp. of inseminations.

Author(s)
Christensen, S.
Citation
Husdjur, 1987, No. 6-7, pp 46
Abstract

The performance of 2427 Hereford, 1208 Charolais, 217 Aberdeen-Angus (AA), 57 Limousin and 5466 crossbred cows was recorded in Sweden in 1973. Age at 1st calving averaged 27.2, 29.5, 33.5 and 31.6 mth resp. for the cows of the 4 pure breeds, 24.9 and 26.6 mth resp. for F1 crossbreds of Hereford and ...

Author(s)
Roos, A.
Citation
Husdjur, 1974, No. 4, pp 19-21
Abstract

In 1971-72 in Sweden, 341 151 cows in 21 295 herds, representing 49.8% of the total cow population, were milk recorded. 65.8% of the recorded cows were Swedish Red-and-Whites, 22.9% Swedish Friesians and 2.1% Swedish Polleds. Yields averaged 5319 kg milk at 4.13% fat; data are tabulated by breed...

Author(s)
Sweden: Svensk Husdjursskotsel
Citation
Meddelanden fran Svensk Husdjursskotsel, 1973, No. 59, pp 169 pp.
Abstract

In 1970/71, cows in Swedish National milk recording (SNMR) numbered 334109 in 22214 herds (average size 14.8 cows) vs. 353 146 in 24320 herds (average size 14.1 cows) in the preceding year. The number of cows in private milk recording was further reduced to 3405. SNMR cows yielded an average of...

Author(s)
Svensk Husdjursskötsel.
Citation
Svensk Husdjursskotsel, 1972, 52, pp 169 pp.
Abstract

In 1970-71 in Sweden, 563, 915 cows were inseminated, representing 80% of the total cow population ν 79% in 1969-70. The 28-day N.R. rate was 73.9%. Semen was obtained from bulls at 7 bull stations; Swedish Friesian semen was used for 28.3% of all inseminations and beef bull semen for 3.0%....

Author(s)
Roos, A.
Citation
Svensk Husdjursskotsel, Husdjurens, 1972, 1, pp 14-15
Abstract

In 1969/70, cows in Swedish national milk recording (SNMR) numbered 353146 in 24320 herds (average size 14.1 cows), accounting for 47.3% of the total cow population. The number of cows in private milk recording decreased further to 4447. The average yield of SNMR cows was 5111 kg milk with 4.13%...

Citation
Svensk Husdjursskotsel, 1971, 44, pp 178 pp.

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