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Abstract

This is a reprinting of the second, revised, edition, the first edition having appeared in 1945, and an English edition in 1947 [see A. B. A., 14: 126 and A. B. A., 16, No. 1634]. The book is well produced and contains one new chapter on artificial insemination in dogs written by Ellis P. Leonard....

Author(s)
BARTLETT, J. W.; EDWARDS, J.; TERRILL, C. E.; BERLINER, V.; JEFFREY, F. P.; LEONARD, E. P.; HENDERSON, J. A.; REECE, R. P.
Publisher
New Brunswick : Rutgers University Press.,
Citation
The artificial insemination of farm animals., 1955, 2nd rev. ed, pp vi + 341 pp.
Abstract

A general review of the use of A. I. in England and Wales and its influence on breed development. J. P. M.

Author(s)
EDWARDS, J.
Publisher
Lond.,
Citation
Journal of the Farmers' Club, 1955, 5, pp 64-69
Abstract

In the introduction the major changes in the milk production' industry during the years 1939 to 1953 are discussed. It is shown that the weekly consumption of liquid milk in Great Britain per head rose from 3 pints in 1939 to 5 pints in 1953. In England and Wales the amount of milk sold for liquid...

Author(s)
EDWARDS, J.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1955, 67, pp 2-12
Abstract

The article deals mainly with the use of A.I. in the selection of dairy bulls in England and Wales.

Author(s)
EDWARDS, J.
Publisher
Lond.,
Citation
SPAN, 1961, 4, pp 71-75
Abstract

The part played by the A. I. organisation of the Milk Marketing Board in bringing about the improvement of dairy cattle in Britain is discussed. By Dec. 1958 (only some 14 yrs. after the Board acquired its first A. I. centre) 10 million cows had been inseminated by the organization. Now the 23 Milk ...

Author(s)
EDWARDS, J.; O'CONNOR, L. K.
Publisher
Lond.,
Citation
Nature, 1961, 190, pp 759-761
Abstract

A REVIEW of the development of A. I. mainly in England and Wales.

Author(s)
EDWARDS, J.
Citation
Brit. Agric. Bull., 1948, 1, pp 97-101
Abstract

The development of artificial insemination of cattle in England and Wales is described. G.F.S.

Author(s)
EDWARDS, J.
Citation
Journal of the Ministry of Agriculture, 1952, 58, 10, pp 477-81
Abstract

RAPID progress in A. I. development in England and Wales was made and 2 new centres were opened during the year, bringing the total operated by the Board to 11. Membership trebled, being now 12, 766, and the number of paid inseminations rose from 25, 500 to 90, 200. The beef bull semen scheme began ...

Author(s)
EDWARDS, J.
Publisher
Thames Ditton, Surrey : Production Division, Milk Marketing Board.,
Citation
Artificial insemination. Report to the Board for the year 1st April, 1947-31 st March, 1948., 1948, pp 24 pp.
Abstract

E. discussed the changes which have occurred in the United Kingdom milk market and the ways in which trends in production are related to such changes. He examined the part which breeding is likely to play in the light of modern genetic theory and through the medium of artificial insemination...

Author(s)
EDWARDS, J.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1955, 67, pp 2-10; 10-14 pp.
Abstract

THE articles relate to a memorandum circularised by the authors, which gives a brief historical survey of the practical application of artificial insemination in U.S.S.R., Denmark, and U.S.A. The advantages of the method are reviewed with reference to dairy cattle and milk production in Great...

Author(s)
WALTON, A.; EDWARDS, J.
Citation
Farmers' Weekly, 1942, 16, 18, pp 17

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