THE IMPROVEMENT OF BEEF AND DAIRY CATTLE

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Year

1975

NFU Picture/Sheet No.

487

Length

Unknown type, XX minutes

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Unknown

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NFU Film Information Sheet No. 487 Cat. Refs. 1977 p.16, 36. Colour 37 mins. 16mm 1,334 ft. An informative film on the practical livestock improvement services available to beef and dairy cattle farmers in New Zealand, through performance recording and artificial insemination. The film deals with Beefplan, the national Beef Performance and weight recording scheme; with herd testing methods on farms; with the scientific selection and testing of the beef and dairy bulls used for artificial insemination; with the commercial production and distribution of semen for use in New Zealand and overseas; with the extensive backup services to the NZ Livestock Improvement Associations Artificial breeding programmes; and with the research and development behind semen sales being carried on by the NZ Dairy Board and the Livestock Improvement Associations. The film will also be of interest to countries involved in commercial semen trade with New Zealand, or receiving or contemplating agricultural aid and semen supplies from New Zealand. INTERNAL MIGRANTS

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