2 edition of Reproduction and health records of the Beltsville herd of the Bureau of Dairy Industry found in the catalog.
Reproduction and health records of the Beltsville herd of the Bureau of Dairy Industry
Fred W. Miller
|Other titles||Records of the Beltsville herd of the Bureau of Dairy Industry.|
|Statement||by Fred W. Miller and R.R. Graves.|
|Series||Technical bulletin / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 321, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 321.|
|Contributions||Graves, R. R., United States. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
The American Dairy Science 's Late in the 's, bulk tank , milking machines on Association instituted the Dairy handling of milk was million farms with dairy cows. Herd Improvement Associations introduced in California. Later, (USDA, BAE, ) (formerly the cow-testing this would replace handling. Percentages of cows with official records increased from % in to % in (Figure 2). In , cow testing associations were renamed DHIAs to reflect the vast amount of herd management information that was being collected. The USDA Laboratory known as the Division of Dairy Herd Improvement Investigations was renamed the Animal.
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Miller and R.R. Graves. (Record Group ) cu. Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY RECORDS OF THE DAIRY DIVISION 22 lin. RECORDS OF THE BUREAU OF DAIRY INDUSTRYlin. ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY Established: In the Department of Agriculture by the.
To provide facilities for carrying on experimental work, the Bureau of Animal Industry purchased the farm at Beltsville, Maryland, in Of the acres of land, were assigned to the Dairy Division.
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ler and Graves ^ in reporting on the health records of the Beltsville. herd give details on the methods of feeding sprouted oats and report. that 57 females were directly benefited and 31 were not benefited, as judged by the number of services required to produce conception.
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