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The conception rate obtained in maiden heifers artificially inseminated is as high, or even higher, than that obtained in adult cows, provided the operator is sufficiently trained and skilled. Following first insemination the average conception rate obtained (as ascertained by rectal diagnosis) was ...

Author(s)
BONADONNA, T.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1950, 37, pp 513-515
Abstract

BETWEEN Feb. and Dec. 1946, 700 cows were artificially inseminated at Lindau A. I. centre in the Eckernförde district [of Schleswig]. Of the 628 cows which were " fully treated " 80. 5% became pregnant. An average of 1. 6 inseminations per pregnancy was required (14 inseminations, exclucling cows...

Author(s)
HOELZER, H.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1947, 54, pp 293-295
Abstract

This is the second book on inherited defects of livestock (including poultry) to be published in the German language in recent years, the other being Erbpathologie der landwirtschaftlichen Haustiere by Koch, Fischer and Schumann [see A.B.A., 25, No. 2168]. Wiesner's book is less ambitious than that ...

Author(s)
WIESNER, E.
Publisher
Jena: VEB Gustav Fischer Verlag.,
Citation
Inherited defects of farm animals., 1960, pp ix + 186 pp.
Abstract

Biopsy samples are taken with the ewe restrained in the position for artificial insemination. Four hands are necessary, each left hand keeps the tissue on the stretch with artery forceps, one right hand planes off the epithelium with a special bent needle and the other then cuts it with scissors....

Author(s)
Radev, G.; Todorov, A.; Danov, D.
Citation
Zuchthygiene, Fortpflanzungsstorungen und Besamung der Haustiere, 1960, 4, pp 149-161
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

FOR economic and genetical reasons the application of artificial insemination to goat breeding would be particularly advantageous. The number of bucks could be reduced and numerous separate service stations replaced by a central insemination centre, thus saving time, food, and labour. 20-25% of all ...

Author(s)
ROSENBERGER, G.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1944, 52/50, pp 121-127
Abstract

AN account is given of the development of artificial Insemination in Austria as exemplified by the establishment and growth of A. I. stations at Jormannsdorf (1937), Pettenbach (1944), Möllbrücken (1944), Perg (1946), Naarn (1946), Schwertberg (1946), and other centres. The Jormannsdorf station was ...

Author(s)
DIERNHOFER, K.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1947, 34, pp 88-98
Abstract

An attempt was made to correlate the results of A. I. with the size and consistency of the ovaries in 1260 cattle. Only about 60% of the animals examined had ovaries which were normal in both respects. The av. number of inseminations per pregnancy for animals with apparently normal ovaries was 1.22 ...

Author(s)
GRIMM, H., Jr.
Publisher
Cph.,
Citation
Report. 2nd int. Congr. Physiol. Path. Anim. Reprod. Artif. Insem., 1952, 2, pp 56-60
Abstract

Of 406 goats artificially inseminated, all but 12 became pregnant, 74d % to the first insemination, and 25.9 % after two inseminations. Of those in the latter category, however, 50 received the two inseminations during the one oestrous period for experimental purposes. All 50 became pregnant....

Author(s)
WAGNER, H.
Publisher
Hanover.,
Citation
Thesis, 1949, pp 35 pp.

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