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Data on herd size, average milk yield, average milk fat percentage, average milk protein percentage, numbers of breeding cattle sold, numbers of artificial inseminations, numbers of embryos transferred, semen doses exported and imported, breeds, age distribution, beef and dairy recording are...

Publisher
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Rinderzüchter e.V. (ADR), Bonn, Germany
Citation
Rinderproduktion in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 2001, No.2000, pp 156 pp.
Abstract

The cattle population decreased by 1.8% from the previous year to 14, 026, 000. The number of herdbook-registered animals was 1, 062, 125, composed of 478, 480 German Black Pieds, 263, 695 German Simmentals, 172, 689 German Red Pieds, 87, 687 German Browns, 17, 553 Angelns, 17, 553 German Yellows,...

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Arb. ArbGemeinsch. dtsch. Rinderzuchter, 1971, 41, pp 134 pp.
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...

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Arb. ArbGemeinsch. dt. Rinder-zuchter., 1969, 39, pp 35 + [95] pp.
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2, 189, 873 cows and heifers were inseminated in 1961; these comprised 33.7% of the ♀ cattle population, an increase of 118, 669 over the previous year. Of the cows inseminated (excluding Baden-Württemberg) 46-4% were milk-recorded. The number of bulls used in A. I. was 2172, of which 965 were...

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Arb. ArbGemeinsch. dtsch. Rinderzuchter, 1962, 31, pp 32 pp.
Abstract

If, as is stated in the opening chapter, cattle numbers at collective and state farms of the U.S.S.R. have increased from 58.4 million in 1916 to 97.1 million in 1967, and average milk production per cow has doubled between 1913 and 1966, drastic measures must have been used. This book answers...

Author(s)
Kellner, P.
Publisher
Wiesbaden: Otto Hanassowitz,
Citation
Osteuropastud. Hochsch. Land. Hessen Reihe I: Giessener Abh. Agrar-u. WirtForsch. eur. Ost., 1968, 43, pp 326 pp.
Abstract

The cattle population of France numbers 18 million and is made up of 31 breeds; only about 170, 000 are milk-recorded. The 4 main breeds, Normandy, Charollais, Eastern Red Pied and French Friesian comprise about 40% of the population. In 1955 about 1.65 million cows and heifers were artificially...

Author(s)
Me.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1957, 9, pp 163-164
Abstract

THE cattle population fell from 50 millions in 1913 to 38.4 millions in 1933, rising again to 63.2 millions in 1938 and to 65.7 millions in 1939. 80% are of local and 20% of good breeds such as the Friesian, Spotted, and Brown cattle. The Black Pied Lowland (Friesian), Holmogor, and Jaroslavl...

Author(s)
Lange, W.
Citation
Deutsche Landwirtschaftliche Tierzucht, 1941, 45, pp 77-79

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