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The first 143 pages, together with 40 pages of references by D. R. Melrose deal with artificial insemination of cattle. His selection of references shows fine judgment, little significant work failing to receive mention, and he has expended much effort in assimilating this information, reconciling...

Author(s)
Maule, J. P.
Citation
The semen of animals and artificial insemination., 1962, pp xviii+420 pp.
Abstract

A herd of 22 breeding sows of the local Sai Kung breed is maintained to provide breeding stock for farmers for crossing with boars of imported breeds. 40 litters averaged 9.03 piglets. 5656 sows (approx. 1/5 of the sow population of Hong Kong) were artificially inseminated; 87% conceived, 76% to...

Publisher
Hong Kong: S. Young, Govt Printer,
Citation
Annual Departmental report by the Director of Agriculture and Fisheries, E. H. Nichols, for the financial year 1967-68., 1969, pp viii+158 pp.
Abstract

In 1959 approx. 600, 000 mares were inseminated of which. 324, 110 were in the northern provinces of Kirin and Heilungkiang. The semen of each stallion was used to inseminate an average of 465 ♀♀; the conception rate was 61.0%. In 1960, the 2 most popular stallions were used on 4415 and 3093 mares, ...

Author(s)
CHENG, P. L.; et al.
Citation
Acta Veterinaria et Zootechnica Sinica, 1962, 5, pp 29-34
Abstract

This is a report on the artificial insemination of milk cows and goats in Cheng-tu, carried out by the Agricultural Research Institute, West China Union University. Artificial insemination was urgently needed on account of the lack of good male animals, particularly pedigree bulls, and the...

Author(s)
ANON.
Publisher
West China : Institute of Agricultural Research, Union University.,
Citation
Artificial insemination of domestic animals., 1945, pp 16 pp.
Abstract

There was a fall in the numbers of dairy cows, in total milk production and in av. yield per cow in the 12 mths. ending in March 1959; but, on the other hand, numbers of young stock kept for rearing have increased. By March, 84% of all cattle had become attested.
Artificial insemination. Expansion...

Publisher
Thames Ditton, Surrey: Production Division, Milk Marketing Board,
Citation
Report of the Production Division, 1958-59. No. 9., 1959, pp 129 pp.
Abstract

Part 2 of the report covers the work of National Milk Records, the Bureau of Records, the A.I. Service, Consulting Officer Service, and Private Milk Records (pp. 15-58).
Artificial insemination. There was only a slight increase in the number of cows inseminated (4%), the total for England and Wales ...

Publisher
Thames Ditton, Surrey : Production Division, Milk Marketing Board,
Citation
Report of the Production Division, 1957-58., 1958, 8, pp 167 pp.
Abstract

THIS report on the activities of the Kirgiz Animal Breeding Research Institute during the period 1941-42 covers animal breeding and feeding, fodder production, artificial insemination, bee-keeping, and the productive achievements of the Institute's experimental farm. Selection and breeding work...

Author(s)
VSJAKIH, A. S.
Citation
Nauc. Otc. Bab. Kirgiz. Nauc. Issled. Inst. Zivotn., 1944, pp 5-28 pp.
Abstract

THIS comprehensive paper covering all aspects of mule breeding in Argentina opens with references to many opinions on the genetics of the mule, and a summary of the best known instances of fertility in the hybrid. Full descriptions are given of the breeds of ass which are most important to...

Author(s)
TAGLE, E. C.
Citation
An. Soc. rur. argent., 1939, 73; 74, pp 331-334; 337-338; 341-346; 349-354; 357-360; 363-365; 447-454; 941-949; 179-188; 257-264; 266-270; 272; 459-466; 469-479
Abstract

THIS compact monograph was prepared to fill a gap in the Russian literature on the subject; the only book on mule breeding was that by V. Hludzinskii published in 1886 which is now extremely rare. Mule breeding, including commercial production of mules and breeding of pedigree asses, began in the...

Author(s)
LAKOZA, I. I.
Citation
Moscow: Ogiz-Seljhozgiz, 1940, pp 180 pp.

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