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About 38% of cows which were brought to the insemination station at Krizevci, Croatia, during 1948-49 had diseases of the genital system, mainly trichomoniasis. By artificial insemination conception rates of 76.7% and 64% were achieved in two herds which up to 1948 had been infected with ...

Author(s)
Kucel, J.
Citation
Veterinarski Glasnik, 1950, 4, 1, pp 1-14 pp.
Abstract

Prevention of trichomoniasis and other, venereal diseases of cattle by artificial insemination is discussed. Keeping of exact records is essential. Bulls are suspected if their fertility index is lower than 50% and if more than 30% of the cows require a second insemination. A transmission test for...

Author(s)
Sobek, V.
Citation
Casopis Ceskoslovenskych Veterinaru, 1950, 5, pp 225-230
Abstract

A description of an outbreak of bovine trichomoniasis in a group of 7 bulls used for A.I. The breeding records of 1, 594 cows over a 6-month period revealed no significant difference in fertility between infected and clean bulls. K. believed that the reason for the good conception rate of the...

Author(s)
Kendrick, J. W.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1953, 43, pp 231-240
Abstract

A report on the activity of an artificial insemination centre in Eastern Bohemia during 1947-48 is given. The semen was diluted with egg yolk citrate 1: 2-1: 5 and 0.5 - 0.8 ml. per cow of this chilled, diluted semen was used without a speculum. Of 1, 232 cows inseminated during the period under...

Author(s)
Sobek, V.; Sobek, B.
Citation
Casopis Ceskoslovenskych Veterinaru, 1949, 4, pp 276-280
Abstract

III. Two methods of control were used, the infected bulls were eliminated and the following breeding programme introduced: -(a) all cows and heifers were artificially inseminated; (b) all cows and heifers were divided into two groups, (i) Trichomonas- infected animals and (ii) uninfected ones;...

Author(s)
Jaskowski, L.
Citation
Rocznik nauk rolniczych, 1954, 66, pp 187-210
Abstract

The major part of this paper is based on a representative but incomplete review of literature, incorporating 30 references. To the end of 1949 in France, 250 bulls had been used to produce 300, 000 artificial insemination calves. A systematic disease control system is now being instituted by a...

Author(s)
Brochart, M.; Lucas, A.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1950, 126, pp 280-307
Abstract

A comprehensive review on sterility in cattle, its causes and treatment. Sterility in granular vaginitis is considered to be purely mechanical, and easily overcome by infusing warm water into the vagina prior to service. L.'s conclusions are of interest. It appears that in France, veterinary advice ...

Author(s)
Lesbouyries, G.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1948, 124, pp 385-411
Abstract

III. The diagnostic service in addition to routine diagnosis for the Field Department examined specimens for practitioners and farmers. The work has greatly increased in recent years and such tests as enterotpxaemia neutralizations, virus antibody neutralizations, toxicity tests for plants and...

Author(s)
Christie, G. J.
Publisher
Rhodesia & Nyasaland,
Citation
Report. Sec. Fed. Minist. Agric., Rhod. and Nyasaland, 1959, 1958, pp 182-201 pp.
Abstract

THERE are about 6 million cattle in Italy, which is about 35% less than before the war; 35% are dairy cows and 45% of these are in the north. Genital disease and sterility are widespread. Horses number about 1. 6 million (20% less than 1938); sterility is common (av. fertility <50%) and dourine...

Author(s)
Bonadonna, T.
Citation
Zootecnica e Veterinaria, 1947, 2, pp 287-292

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