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Abstract

In 1987, 12.3% of dairy cows in the northern part of the German Federal Republic were inseminated with beef semen vs. 1.2% in 1981, with Charolais semen accounting for 6.3% and German Simmental (GS) semen for 4.3% of the total number of beef bull inseminations. In addition, GS bulls are used in 5%...

Author(s)
Gerhardy, H.
Citation
Tierzüchter, 1988, 40, 9, pp 393-394
Abstract

Of heifers inseminated in 1977 in the German Democratic Republic, 44.9% were German Black Pieds (GBP), 7.8% GBP X Jersey, 23.4% GBP X (GBP X Jersey) and 13.5% German Black Pied Dairy [GBP X (Jersey X Holstein-Friesian)]. The percentage of 1st inseminations carried out with GBP and German Black Pied ...

Author(s)
Neumann, W.; Rohde, E.
Citation
Tierzucht, 1979, 33, 6, pp 250-253
Abstract

The total cattle population increased by 0.6% to 14, 061 million. The number of herdbook-registered animals was down by 1.9% to 925, 504, composed of 500, 407 German Black Pied, 187, 228 German Red Pied, 159, 171 German Simmental, 32, 863 German Brown, 19, 049 Angeln, 7881 German Yellow, 5256...

Citation
Arb. ArbGemeinsch. dt. Rinder-zuchter., 1969, 39, pp 35 + [95] pp.