Holstein


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Holstein

German heavyweight riding and dressage horse. Initially a carriage horse. Bay, black or brown, 15.3 to 16.2 hands high. Called also Holsteiner, Warmblut, Warmblood.
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Now in its sixth year, the John Dennison Lifetime Achievement Award is presented in memory of skilled dairy farmer John Dennison, of Scales Park Farm, Ulverston, who was a highly regarded breeder of Denmire Holsteins.
Based on these antecedents, the objective of the present investigation was to evaluate differences in reproductive performance among pure Holstein and Brown Swiss cows and Holstein x Brown Swiss and Brown Swiss x Holstein crossbred cows in a pasture-based system under subtropical conditions of Mexico.
23 alleles from the Holstein breed, and 18 alleles from the BxH genetic group were identified through PCR-RFLP 23 for a total of 27 allele variants of BoLA DRB3.
La raza holstein, mas conocida como Holstein Friesian, tuvo origen en el Reino de Holanda, y junto con el Shorthorn en Inglaterra, el Ayrshire en Escocia y el Alderneys en la isla de Guernsey, son consideradas las razas de produccion de leche por excelencia y catalogadas como las "nodrizas de la humanidad".
I know the Young Breeders in both the Scottish and Border & Lakeland Clubs will be very grateful and I hope this lot will capture the attention of Holstein breeders in the UK who want to invest in some new blood lines," he said.
The dairy industry is shrinking in Canada and Holstein Canada sought to expand markets for its products and use the database provided by CDN, which tracks genetic evaluations for all breeds of dairy cows and allocates industry funds to projects that improve breeds.
From these case studies, Holstein concludes that Americans must have greater institutional coherence, and work across traditional institutional boundaries, to create climates of cooperation to respond successfully to the competitive strategies of other nations.
He and his wife, Jean Casey Holstein, have two children, Stacy and Scott.
Owing to the dairy industry's extensive reliance on artificial insemination using semen from only the choicest bulls, this Holstein population is heavily inbred.
At this year's Battle of the Atlantic celebrations, Edward Holstein took a look around a German warship, the Schleswig Holstein.
William Holstein is editor-in-chief, and his organization regularly polls CEOs.