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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

No deleterious effects on pregnancy, litter size, rearing, growth and development of young, or the incidence of congenital defects were found in artificially inseminated does compared with naturally mated ones.

Author(s)
MATZKE, P.; STOLZMAN, M.
Citation
Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch, 1964, 41, pp 387-394
Abstract

This is the second book on inherited defects of livestock (including poultry) to be published in the German language in recent years, the other being Erbpathologie der landwirtschaftlichen Haustiere by Koch, Fischer and Schumann [see A.B.A., 25, No. 2168]. Wiesner's book is less ambitious than that ...

Author(s)
WIESNER, E.
Publisher
Jena: VEB Gustav Fischer Verlag.,
Citation
Inherited defects of farm animals., 1960, pp ix + 186 pp.
Abstract

This is a well-produced book of 150 closely-printed pages, of which, besides the two editors, four other collaborators have written a large proportion. Each aspect is dealt with in succession with typical German thoroughness. An excellent schema of contents simplifies the reviewer's task; the lists ...

Author(s)
KÜST, D.; SCHAETZ, F.
Publisher
Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke.,
Citation
Artificial insemination of cattle., 1954, pp viii+149 pp.
Abstract

An attempt was made to correlate the results of A. I. with the size and consistency of the ovaries in 1260 cattle. Only about 60% of the animals examined had ovaries which were normal in both respects. The av. number of inseminations per pregnancy for animals with apparently normal ovaries was 1.22 ...

Author(s)
GRIMM, H., Jr.
Publisher
Cph.,
Citation
Report. 2nd int. Congr. Physiol. Path. Anim. Reprod. Artif. Insem., 1952, 2, pp 56-60
Abstract

Defects or undesirable tendencies which are known or suspected to be hereditary are listed under 4 main headings: disturbances affecting pregnancy; defects of dam or fetus which cause difficulties at parturition; defects or deficiencies in new-born calves or sucklings; and defects or tendencies...

Author(s)
GÖTZE, R.
Publisher
Cph.,
Citation
Report. 2nd int. Congr. Physiol. Path. Anim. Reprod. Artif. Insem., 1952, 2, pp 96-109
Abstract

The use of A. I. in the case of mares with cervical anomalies, as advocated by Brodauf [see No. 611], is deprecated on the grounds that it would propagate the defects, since the underlying causes of such anomalies, whether congenital or the result of previous pregnancy, may be of an hereditary...

Author(s)
HEIM, E.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1952, 7, pp 448
Abstract

FOR economic and genetical reasons the application of artificial insemination to goat breeding would be particularly advantageous. The number of bucks could be reduced and numerous separate service stations replaced by a central insemination centre, thus saving time, food, and labour. 20-25% of all ...

Author(s)
ROSENBERGER, G.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1944, 52/50, pp 121-127

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