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In the first part of this general account, some statistics are given on changes in cattle production in Romania between 1989 and 2000. This is followed by an account of the development of animal breeding, including information on artificial insemination and yield testing. Veterinary services are...

Author(s)
Beck, E.
Publisher
Terra-Verlag Heizmann, Konstanz, Germany
Citation
Tierärztliche Umschau, 2003, 58, 7, pp 369-375
Abstract

In 1966, in Romania, 1, 260, 000 cows and 3, 986, 351 ewes were inseminated, representing 57 and 38% resp. of the total cow and ewe populations. The N.R. rates to 1st insemination averaged 62% (55-70) for cows and 77% (70-95) for ewes, and those to 2-3 inseminations 83% (75-90) and 90% (85-95)...

Author(s)
OTEL, V.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1968, 20, pp 548-550
Abstract

In 1962, in Romania, there were 4.5 million cattle, 13 million sheep, 5 million pigs and 1.1 million horses. Of the cattle, 36% were Simmental, 29% Swiss Brown, 15% Red, 11% Pinzgau and 9 % Romanian Steppe. 22 % of all cattle and 28 % of all sheep were artificially inseminated.

Author(s)
SANTNER, Th.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1962, 14, pp 753
Abstract

THE number of registered herd book bulls and cows rose from 905, 547 on 1st January 1940, to 983, 645 at the beginning of 1941, the increase being largely in Black Pied and Spotted Cattle. In 1941, 563, 990 Black Pied Lowland, 91, 499 Red and Red Pied Lowland, 9735 Angeln, 5477 Shorthorn, 183, 399...

Author(s)
LANGE, W.
Citation
Deutsche Landwirtschaftliche Tierzucht, 1942, 46, pp 59-67
Abstract

KARAKULS were introduced into Romania in 1884 and the arid plains of Bessarabia represent the most important Karakul breeding area in Europe, apart from Russia. The industry has been greatly hampered by lack of good stud stock, due to the impossibility of fresh imports, and the lack of good rams...

Author(s)
CARDAS, A.; PASCOVSCHI, V.; NICA, G.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Tierzuchtung und Zuchtungsbiologie, 1939, 44, pp 371-379

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