herdbook

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  • However the herdbook is apparently empty and none have been reported for many years.
  • A total number for the breed has not been recorded in the herdbook for many years.
  • There has been no entry in the herdbook for many years.
  • The herdbook has been empty for a number of years; the breed may be extinct.
  • In 2013 no total number for the breed was recorded in the herdbook.
  • This herdbook includes both beef and dairy animals but the herdbook is divided between the two sections.
  • However, in 2008 the herdbook was empty, and may in fact never have been activated.
  • The first herdbook published in 1881 had a small dairy type and a larger beef type.
  • Breeding for a uniform type began in the early 19th century and a herdbook was established in 1869.
  • More recently, the Hessen horse was also made into an extension of the Hanoverian herdbook.
  • A breeder's association was formed in 1977, and a herdbook established in the following year.
  • These were combined in 1955 into a single herdbook, but in 1999 they were once again made two different breeds.
  • The herdbook was closed in 1934 and the breed standard first defined.
  • Organised breeding began in 1909 and a herdbook has been kept since 1914.
  • In 2013 no total number for the breed was recorded in the herdbook; total numbers are about 60 head.
  • Full blood cattle are fully pedigreed animals, where every ancestor is registered in the herdbook and shows the typical characteristics of the breed.
  • At the end of 2013 the total number of breeding animals recorded in the herdbook was 4556.
  • Both types were later amalgamated into the Welsh Black breed for which a herdbook was opened in 1874.
  • At the end of 2012 the total number recorded in the herdbook for the breed was 9801.
  • The herdbook was established in 2006, and is kept by the, the Italian national association of pig breeders.
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