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Artificial Insemination Of Farms Animals


Edition:
01
Volume:
0
Publishing Year:
2013
Publisher:
Agrobios (India)
Author/s:
Perry EJ
Language:
English

Availability:

In stock

Hard Bond
ISBN:   9789380655086
Publishing Year:  

Rs 1200.00


There is general agreement that artificial insemination possesses a number of distinct advantages over natural breeding.
The advantage of this method of breeding is that it increases the usefulness of superior sires to an extraordinary degree.
Progressive breeders like to make full utilization of sires that have proved themselves and able to transmit desirable characterities.
A male is sometimes unable to mate normally, or may tire quickly and be able to serve only a few females.
In such cases artificial insemination can serve as an effective means of continuing the period of his usefulness.
When natural service is impossible or hazardous because of considerable difference in size or weight, artificial insemination can be used to effect conception.
Artificial insemination makes possible the development of  large families of superior animals within a particular district.
In addition to improving the classes of livestock, another result should be the attracting of outside buyers when the uniform of  merit the animals becomes apparent.
This book gives historical details advantages and limitations of artificial insemination of animals such as Cattle, Sheep, Horses and Jackstock, Birds, Swine for Better Livestock production.
It gives procedures of Breeding, Selection of Sires, Cooperative Artificial Breeding Associations, Shipping of Semen, Disease in Relation to Artificial Insemination, Feeding and Management of Sires.

Perry EJ

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Book Details

Book Title:
Artificial Insemination Of Farms Animals
Book Type:
TEXT-CUM-REFERENCES BOOK
No Of Pages:
272
Color Pages :
0
Color Pages :
0
Book Size:
DEMY
Weight:
600 Gms
Copyright Holder:

Imprint:
Agrobios (India)
Readership:
PG STUDENTS | SCIENTISTS AND RESEARCHERS |

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