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In autumn 1974, 397 females were inseminated at the Neuenburg AI station v 418 in 1973 and 561 in 1972. Six Saanen and 2 Oberhasli-Brienz (OB) males were used for 2-108 first inseminations/buck. For 191 Saanen and 118 OB females resp., the CR to 1st insemination was 46.6 and 46.6%, the pregnancy...

Author(s)
Kupferschmied, H.
Citation
Kleinviehzuchter, 1975, 23, 18, pp 603-605
Abstract

In the Saar the goat population has decreased from 88, 664 in 1948 to 15, 555 in 1958. In many places it is uneconomical to keep a ♂ an arrangement has been made whereby A. I. facilities for cattle breeders are also used by goat breeders. Between 10th Sep. and 20th Jan. 243 ♀ goats were...

Author(s)
BONFERT, A.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1959, 11, pp 429-430
Abstract

Semen from 2 Fawn German Improved ♂♂ was diluted in a commercial diluent (Spermasol without gelatin)+ 5% egg yolk and 10% glycerine, at a rate of 1: 6 and frozen to -79° C. In the 1958-59 mating season it was used to inseminate 63 ♀♀, the majority of which belonged to the same breed. Only 6 became...

Author(s)
WEISSFLOG, K.
Publisher
Tierarztl. Hochsch., Hanover, Germany
Citation
Samenubertragung bei Ziegen. 12. Beitrag. Versuche zur Samenkonservierung und Besamung unter Anwendung des Tiefkuhlverfahrens., 1961, pp 23 pp.
Abstract

Although this book was published in 1949 the text was prepared a few years before and the preface is dated "1947". An extensive list of references covers the period up to 1946.
This is not intended as a textbook but rather as a guide and stimulus to further investigation and as such it naturally...

Author(s)
GÖTZE, R.
Publisher
Hannover: M. & H. Schaper.,
Citation
Besamung und Unfrucht barkeit der Haussaugetiere., 1949, pp xii + 613 pp.
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.
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

THE insemination station at Gadenstedt was opened in Oct., 1942. In the 1st yr. 400 Fawn local and 300 White goats from Adenstedt 6 km. distant, were inseminated. Two Fawn and 3 White bucks with equally fertile semen were used. Semen was transported to Adenstedt for the insemination of the local...

Author(s)
ROSENBERGER, G.
Citation
Deutsche Landwirtschaftliche Tierzucht, 1944, 48, pp 185-187
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 first 40 pages of this book provide a short introduction to the physiology of reproduction and a useful account of pregnancy diagnosis in the mare and cow. There follow 90 pages dealing with reproductive disorders in the cow and 40 pages devoted to the mare. Sheep, goats and pigs are dealt with ...

Author(s)
KÜST, D.; SCHAETZ, F.
Publisher
Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke.,
Citation
Reproductive disorders in domestic animals., 1949, pp xi + 207 pp.

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