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In tests in Lindau 80.5% of cows became pregnant with an average of 1.4 inseminations per cow. The advantages of the use of artificial insemination are discussed.-M. LATZKE.

Author(s)
HOELZER, H.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1947, 54, pp 298-295
Abstract

BETWEEN Feb. and Dec. 1946, 700 cows were artificially inseminated at Lindau A. I. centre in the Eckernförde district [of Schleswig]. Of the 628 cows which were " fully treated " 80. 5% became pregnant. An average of 1. 6 inseminations per pregnancy was required (14 inseminations, exclucling cows...

Author(s)
HOELZER, H.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1947, 54, pp 293-295