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Rabbit females were given 20 or 40 IU HCG/kg body weight (experiments 1 and 2) and were inseminated on the day of parturition or on days 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 18 after parturition. In the 2 experiments, the ovulation rate averaged 50 and 94% resp. Day of insemination had no significant effect on CR....

Author(s)
Fischer, B.
Citation
Zuchthygiene, 1977, 12, 2, pp 93-94
Abstract

This preliminary report covers the same 20 S.P.F. ♀♀ as the paper abstracted above [see No. 2288]. All ♀♀ showing willingness to mate for longer than one day were double-mated (71%) or double-inseminated (52%). The percentage becoming pregnant to 1st matings was 94 υ. 71.5 for 1st inseminations....

Author(s)
MARX, D.; WETTKE, K.
Citation
Tierarztliche Umschau, 1965, 20, pp 321-322
Abstract

This preliminary report covers the same 20 S.P.F. ♀♀ as the paper abstracted above [see No. 2288]. All ♀♀ showing willingness to mate for longer than one day were double-mated (71%) or double-inseminated (52%). The percentage becoming pregnant to 1st matings was 94 υ. 71.5 for 1st inseminations....

Author(s)
MARX, D.; WETTKE, K.
Citation
Tierarztliche Umschau, 1965, 20, pp 317-318
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

IN this book are amalgamated the theoretical and practical experience of a pioneer of fox farming in Germany and that of workers in North America, Scandinavia, and Central Europe. Acting on the advice of Professor Demolí, of Munich, the Leipzig pelt traders decided to form an organization for fox...

Author(s)
SCHMIDT, F.
Publisher
München: F. C. Mayer Verlag.,
Citation
Der Silberfuchs und seine Zucht., 1938, pp 404 pp.
Abstract

AN important contribution to the problem of hybridization. The author has made use of his wide knowledge of the rabbit to throw light on the reputed hare-rabbit hybrids and has gathered evidence which would appear to be conclusive. An introduction, in which the author has brought together the most...

Author(s)
NACHTSHEIM, H.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Zuchtung, 1935, 33, pp 343-408
Abstract

A review [inparts very popular] of what is known on the subject, with a bibliography of 27 titles [German only]. The breeding season falls in January-February; another may occur in March and a belated one may be observed in July, but attempts to breed animals a second time and thus obtain two...

Author(s)
STOSS, A. O.
Citation
Landwirtschaftliche Pelztierzucht, 1933, 4, pp 181-189

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