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The development of A. I. in the U. S. A. is described together with details of administration and results obtained. Comparative information is given more briefly for England, Denmark, and Sweden, and A. I. in Norway is discussed in the light of methods and results in these countries. G. R. R.

Author(s)
SKJERVOLD, H.
Citation
Tidsskrift for det Norske Landbruk, 1952, 59, pp 18-61
Abstract

THE first establishment of A.I. centres in England, Norway, Sweden, Canada, and New Zealand during the recent war, and in Greece, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, France, and Eire since the war, is recorded. The organization of A.I. for dairy cattle in England and Wales is described. In Feb. 1947...

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EDWARDS, J.
Citation
Empire Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 1947, 15, pp 149-159
Abstract

Census figures for 1958 were as follows: horses, 281, 350; cattle, 1, 935, 558; sheep, 407, 274; goats, 2884; pigs, 534, 010; poultry, 6, 588, 703; reindeer, 170, 293. Sixty percent of cattle were of the Finnish breed, 30% were Finnish Ayrshire and the remainder crossbreds. Milk yield per lactation ...

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JANNELLI, D.
Citation
Italia Agricola, 1963, 100, pp 969-989

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