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In 1972, in Austria, 527 961 cows were inseminated, representing 43.4% of the total cow population. Frozen semen was used for practically all inseminations. The NR rate averaged 74.5%. Semen from Simmental bulls was used for most of the inseminations (53.6%), followed by Austrian Brown and Pinzgau...

Citation
Tierzuchter, 1973, 25, 12, pp 534
Abstract

In 1964 in Austria, semen from 289 bulls at 17 A.I. stations was used for 1st inseminations of 365, 274 cows, representing 32.7% of the total cow population. Of the inseminated cows 64.6% were Austrian Simmental, 20.5% Austrian Brown, 9.2% Pinzgau, 4.4% Blond, 0.4% Ober-inntal, and 0-19% Black Pied ...

Author(s)
ZUCHTHYGIENE.
Citation
Zuchthygiene, 1966, 1, pp 143
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

Data on a total of about 128, 000 cows belonging to 6 Austrian breeds in 20 breed societies in 5 provinces in Austria were analysed for the years 1949-55. During a calendar year the calving percentage of all recorded cows ranged from 80.5% to 93%. Significant breed differences were found both in...

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MÜLLER, B.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1957, 44, pp 401-419
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