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This article presents an animal health program implemented at a dairy farm in Bremervörde, Lower Saxony, Germany. Highlight focused on the prevention and control of reproductive disorders specifically on fertility problems. The farm was also visited regularly by a veterinarian and presents a...

Author(s)
Tischer, M.
Publisher
Verlag Th. Mann, Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Citation
Milchpraxis, 2010, 48, 3, pp 100-106
Abstract

In about 300 concisely written and well illustrated pages the authors deal with reproductive biology mainly in cattle, sheep, pigs, horses, rabbits and poultry. Following a short introductory chapter, the text is presented in three roughly equal sections. The first deals with general aspects of...

Author(s)
SMIDT, D.; ELLENDORFF, F.
Citation
Munich, Basel and Vienna: BLV Verlags-gesellschaft mbH., 1969, pp xiii+313 pp.
Abstract

Of 43 cattle with persistent anoestrus, 39 came into heat after injections of pregnant mares' serum. Of 44 animals with persistent oestrus that were inoculated with pregnant mares' serum or chorionic gonadotrophin before artificial insemination, 13 returned for a second insemination, and 3 for a...

Author(s)
Uray, H.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1960, 47, pp 696-705
Abstract

A REPORT on the 1st annual meeting of the Pinneberg bull-keeping association. [Cf. A.B.A., 12: 176.] During the period 8th June-31st Dec. 1942, 1077 cattle were inseminated, 7 bulls being used. 77.5% pregnancies were obtained, the number of inseminations per conception being about 1.5. Götze...

Author(s)
GÖTZE, R.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1943, 51/49, pp 142-144
Abstract

This is a well-produced book of 150 closely-printed pages, of which, besides the two editors, four other collaborators have written a large proportion. Each aspect is dealt with in succession with typical German thoroughness. An excellent schema of contents simplifies the reviewer's task; the lists ...

Author(s)
KÜST, D.; SCHAETZ, F.
Publisher
Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke.,
Citation
Artificial insemination of cattle., 1954, pp viii+149 pp.
Abstract

Artificial insemination was carried out on 62 cows and heifers with functional or organic abnormality of the genital organs and 25 became pregnant. In only 30, however, was there certainty that first quality sperm was used, and the follicle not ruptured immediately before insemination. Of these 30...

Author(s)
WEHMANN, F.
Publisher
Hanover.,
Citation
Thesis, 1941,
Abstract

Structural anomalies of the cervix were found in 79 out of 565 mares examined. It is suggested that such anomalies can be the causes of sterility in cases where the usual clinical findings are negative. The anomalies may be congenital or the results of a previous pregnancy. The use of A. I. in such ...

Author(s)
BRODAUF, H.
Citation
Military Veterinary Medicine, 1952, 7, pp 309-312
Abstract

The place of artificial insemination in the German breeding policy is discussed [see also GÖTZE- V.B. 13. 105]. Since 1942 the method has Been given trial under practical conditions at centres in N.W. Germany. The work at these centres is described in detail and, in the case of horses and goats,...

Author(s)
GOTZE, R.; ROSENBERGER, G.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1944, 52, pp 117-121
Abstract

THE author is of the opinion that the use of biological methods of pregnancy diagnosis provides evidence for incompetence. Although direct vaginal inspection is not considered to be detrimental, the rectal method is preferable, and an experienced observer should be able to diagnose a 6-weeks'...

Author(s)
PETERS, -.
Citation
Berl. tierarztl. Wschr., 1934, 50, pp 474-476
Abstract

I & II. Sterility in mares is generally the result of metritis. In the study of the onset of urogenital disorder, it is essential to differentiate between early symptoms of disease and of oestrum. The appearance of the genital tract during oestrum is described. When infection is suspected, it is...

Author(s)
PETERS.
Citation
Berl. tierarztl. Wschr., 1934, 50, pp 474-476