Abstract

In 1976 a crossbreeding experiment between Egyptian Baladi cows and Central European cattle was started. The Baladi cows were collected from farms of the lower Delta region and brought to a large government farm (North Thareer). The cows were inseminated by semen of 6 bulls each of the Red Angler (RA), German Brown (BV), of a cross German Brown x Brown Swiss (F,) (BC), Frie- sians F and Baladis B and of 3 bulls of the South Tyrolean Grey (G). The Friesian and the Baladi bulls were bred locally, the semen of the bulls of the other breeds was imported (breed information: I.L. Mason, A world dictionary of breeds... ,CAB, 1957).
 

A. Mostageer, A. Nigm, W. Morsey, I. von Butler, F. Pirchner

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 8. Symposia (2), , 363–366, 1982
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