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The first part of the paper is a review of the incidence of infectious diseases of animals which had been prevalent in Mexico during the preceding year. Anthrax had been diagnosed in 53 districts, blackquarter in 71, haemorrhagic septicaemia in 87 and swine fever in 42. In a small number of cattle...

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MOGUEL, M. F.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1933, 82, pp 299-807
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In October, 1944, the office of Zootechny was absorbed into the newly formed Directorate of Cattle Breeding, Game and Fisheries. The Directorate instructs farmers in milk recording and collects and publishes records of the volume and fat content of milk and enters proven sires of pure breed in a...

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BARRIOS, S. A.
Publisher
Guatemala,
Citation
Revue Agricole, 1945, 1, pp 318-332
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A report on the breeding stock of King Ranch. This ranch originally used Mexican Long Horns, a quick maturing breed but of poor carcass quality. Grossed with Shorthorns and Herefords somewhat better carcasses were produced but the hybrids were less resistant to the hot humid climate and the local...

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PAGOT, J. -R.
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Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1949, 3, pp 167-174
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Coronado B., R.; Auro, R.; Berruecos V., J. M.
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Veterinaria, Mexico, 1975, 6, 2, pp 32-38
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Gonzalez, C. G.; Ramos Gomez, A.
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Proceedings of the 20th World Veterinary Congress, Thessaloniki, 1975, 3, pp 2541-2546
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Results are given from two trials in the Gulf coast area of Central Mexico. In the first, in the dry season (February) 107 cows (61 lactating and 46 dry) were injected i/m with 50 mg chlormadinone acetate (CAP) in oily solution followed 10 days later by 5 daily oral doses of 10 mg CAP in raw sugar. ...

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Jochle, W.; Hidalgo, M. A.; Garcias, C., R. C.
Citation
Zuchthygiene, 1978, 13, 1, pp 21-27
Abstract

Postpartum ovarian activity was evaluated once per week for 3 months in a herd of Holstein cows in Mexico. The presence of a corpus luteum was correctly diagnosed in 37.5, 56.63 and 59.4% respectively of cows palpated <70, 71-110 and 111-150 days after calving, and the absence of a corpus luteum ...

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Silva, E.; Galina, C. S.; Porras, A. A.; Galina, M. A.
Citation
Ciencias Veterinarias (Heredia), 1992, 14, 1, pp 5-11
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This study was conducted at the Centre for Research Teaching and Extension in Tropical Livestock of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. During the latter part of 1986 and throughout 1988 and 1989, the herd of Holstein × Zebu cattle at the University was tested for IgG antibodies to 21...

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Barajas-Rojas, J. A.; Riemann, H. P.; Franti, C. E.
Citation
Revue Scientifique et Technique - Office International des Épizooties, 1993, 12, 3, pp 717-732
Abstract

1746 calving records of Tropical Dairy Criollo (TDC) cows and their crosses were collected between 1972 and 1990 at the experiment station of the Mexican Association of Animal Production on the Gulf Coast of Mexico. Traits studied were 305-day milk yield, days in lactation, number of services per...

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Alba, J. de; Kennedy, B. W.
Citation
Animal Production, 1994, 58, 2, pp 159-165
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Author(s)
Morales, S. E.; Ledesma, M. N.; Constantino, C. F.; Puente, C. E.; Silva, S. P.
Citation
Veterinaria México, 1994, 25, 4, pp 353-356

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