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The competitiveness of the Hungarian sheep factor requires an increase in reproduction traits and in effective lifespan, therefore the authors aimed to evaluate the effective lifespan of Hungarian Merino, German Mutton Merino and German blackheaded mutton ewes based on reproduction. The study was...

Author(s)
Póti, P.; Tóth, G.; Pajor, F.; Fazekas, N.; Abay-Hamar, E.
Publisher
Herman Ottó Institute Nonprofit Ltd., Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Hungarian Agricultural Research, 2018, 27, 1, pp 5-8
AbstractFull Text

Since the mid 1970's the artificial centres for sheep were ceased in Hungary the artificial insemination (AI) of ewes has been gradually reduced. In mid sixties more than 63% of the total number of ewes was inseminated (in some part of the country this number was above the 85%) and nowadays it is...

Author(s)
Sándor, K.; Tímea, N.; Erzsébet, G.; Elemér, G.
Publisher
Universitatea de Științe Agricole și Medicina Veterinara "Ion Ionescu de la Brad" Iași, Iași, Romania
Citation
Lucrări Științifice - Universitatea de Științe Agricole și Medicină Veterinară, Seria Zootehnie, 2012, 58, pp 3-8
Abstract

In 1961-62 in Hungary, 70, 200 Hungarian Merino ewes in 218 flocks were recorded; 60% of the ewes were at state farms and 40% at co-operative farms. Of the former, 86% lambed; they had an av. fleece weight of 5.16 kg., an av. body weight of 42 kg., and av. milk production of 32.5 litres. During the ...

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ANONYMOUS.
Citation
Az allat- tenyesztes torzskonyvezesi evkonyvei 1961/62. Budapest: Mezogazdasagi Kiado., 1963, pp 227-274 pp.
Abstract

In 1959-60 the sheep population in Hungary increased by 5.9%. In 1960 wool yield averaged 4.18 kg. v. 4.10 kg. in 1959. Over 220, 000 ♀♀, representing 26% of the ewes, were artificially inseminated. There were 52, 073 Hungarian Merinos entered in the flockbook; their fleece weight averaged 5.41 kg. ...

Author(s)
BALOGH, I.; MESZlROS, I.
Citation
Budapest: Mezogazdasdgi Kiado., 1961, pp 96 pp.

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