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Transmitting qualities of Jersey sires for milk yield, butter-fat percentage and butter-fat

by Pearl, Raymond

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Published by Maine Agricultural Experiment Station in Orono .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dairy cattle,
  • Breeding

  • Edition Notes

    Caption title: Studies in milk secretion. VII, Transmitting qualities of Jersey sires for milk yield, butter-fat percentage and butter-fat.

    Other titlesStudies in milk secretion.
    Statement[Raymond Pearl, John W. Gowen and John Rice Miner]
    SeriesBulletin / Maine Agricultural Experiment Station -- 281
    ContributionsGowen, John W. (John Whittemore), 1893-, Miner, John Rice, 1892-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 90-164 ;
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25618802M
    OCLC/WorldCa20142467

    NOTE: See Archive tab for previous releases. This section: All Summarized Bulls, available after CDCB releases the Active A.I. and sorted lists for each official run in April, August and December; and; historical, reference lists produced the first day of each official evaluation run pending the release of the Active A.I. and sorted lists.; CDCB policy is to report BBR values of 94 or greater. Jersey milk commands a premium price in many markets. Jerseys perform well under a wide range of systems and are well-known for their high feed conversion efficiency Jersey milk is in many ways unique. As a product it contains: 18% more protein, 20% more calcium, 25% more butterfat than "average" milk.

    the base year () production for all heifers of the breed. For the Holstein/Friesian population the PTA base year heifer equivalent production for milk yield and butterfat percentage is kg milk at % butterfat. In other words, the heifers produced from the proposed cross would be expected to produce kg milk at %File Size: KB. (Summit milk: of the first three test day milk production records, summit milk is the average of the two largest records). , Summit Milk chart on DHI record Cow A milked 2x/day, and Cow B milked 3x/day, Cow A produ in days and cow B produ IB.

    The so-called American-type Jerseys were noted much more for production than for beauty. Cattle referred to by this description are usually larger, a bit coarser, and have been bred for years for those qualities that suit them for milk and butterfat production. Some have referred to them as the "Farmer's" Jersey. USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Information. NASS publications cover a wide range of subjects, from traditional crops, such as corn and wheat, to specialties, such as mushrooms and flowers; from calves born to hogs slaughtered; from agricultural prices to land in farms. The agency has the distinction of being known as The Fact Finders of U.S. Agriculture due to the abundance of.


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Transmitting qualities of Jersey sires for milk yield, butter-fat percentage and butter-fat by Pearl, Raymond Download PDF EPUB FB2

Caption title: Studies in milk secretion. VII, Transmitting qualities of Jersey sires for milk yield, butter-fat percentage and butter-fat.

Studies in Milk Secretion XII. Transmitting Qualities of Holstein Friesian Sires. $ + $ Shipping. Transmitting Qualities of Guernsey Sires for Milk Yield, Butter-fat Percentage, and Butter-fat: Author: Gowen, John W.

Publisher:Seller Rating: % positive. Jersey cattle may only be a small breed, but they’re one of the best milk producers, especially when they’re grazing on the island’s lush green landscape. As well as cream and butter, Jersey milk is being used to produce several artisan cheeses, from Jersey brie and camembert to an award-winning Jersey Golden Blue.

Milking Jersey cows three times daily results in an average increase of approximately 19 per cent in butterfat and 21 per cent in milk yield. The use of a single factor for converting all records made with twice a day milking to a three milking per day basis is not recommended.

by: 9. Compared to average milk, a glass of Jersey milk has greater nutritional value: 15% to 20% more protein, 15% to 18% more calcium, and 10% to 12% more phosphorous, and also considerably higher levels of an essential vitamin, B This nutrient-dense Jersey milk tastes better.

The milk fat content of the Holstein, the most common dairy cow, is percent, with a percent protein level. The Jersey's closest competitor in milk fat content is the Guernsey, with percent and percent protein content. The relatively rare brown Swiss produces a fat content of percent, and a protein content of percent.

The milk of the Ayrshire, another uncommon breed, has a fat content. PROGENY TESTS OF DAIRY SIRES. exists which causes the difference in content of butter-fat in the milk of the Jersey and Red Danish breeds. it meets a gene for high or low percentage butter.

Premier Select Sires offers dairy semen for all of the major breeds including Holstein, Jersey, Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey and Milking Shorthorn. Visit the Dairy Sire Search to find the genetics that will best meet your needs.

• On the Holstein farms, use the thumb rule of adding or subtracting one pound of milk for every one-tenth percentage point change above or below percent fat test. For example, if a herd averages 70 pounds of milk with a percent milk fat, the estimated pounds of % FCM would be 74 pounds instead of 70 pounds.

Studies in Milk Secretion. XVII. Transmitting Qualities of Guernsey Sires for Mi. $ + $ Shipping. Studies in Milk Secretion IX. On the Progeny Performance of Holstein-Friesian Si Guernsey sires' Progeny Performance for Milk Yield, Butter-Fat Percentage, and Butter Seller Rating: % positive.

Studies in Milk Secre-tion. VII. Transmitting Qualities of Jersey Sires for Milk Yield, Butter-Fat Percentage and Butter-Fat. (Reprinted from the Annual Report of the 2laine Agricultural Experiment Station for ) 89 + pp., 8vo.

(The. to extend the use of semen from genetically superior sires Since the early 's, the number of dairy cows and milk production per cow in Kansas and the U.S. have. decreased and. Full text of "Annual report of the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station" See other formats. BACKGROUND OF THE JERSEY.

The Jersey originates from the Isle of Jersey in England. The cattle of the Island were noted for the peculiar richness of their butter, and the Jersey farmer, “conscious of possessing a breed so excellent for the production of rich milk and cream, was content to possess an ugly, ill-formed animal with flat sides ”.

Dairy cows of high genetic merit for yields of milk, fat, and protein H. Norman and R. Powell Animal Improvement Programs Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, MarylandUSA Summary Extensive emphasis on milk and milk fat yields with no diversion for beef performance has.

Add to Favorites. By Ken Scharabok – For those who only need one or two milk cows for the family and aren’t interested in large-scale dairy cow farming, one dairy cow breed in particular seems to stand out — the Jersey cow. Milk production from the Jersey ranks high in quality, rather than quantity.

The Jersey was developed on the Island of Jersey in the English Channel to produce milk. production of milk with maximum levels of milk fat and protein.

Milk solids components include fat, protein, lactose and minerals. Normal values for milk fat typically range from percent (Holstein) to percent (Jersey); milk protein ranges from + percent (Holstein) to percent (Jersey). Lactose isFile Size: KB.

Omega 3: Guernsey milk contains 3 times as much omega 3 as other milks. Beta casein A2: When tested in the UK, Guernsey milk had more than 95% A2, compared with 40% A2 in Jersey milk and 15% in 'ordinary milk'.

Beta carotene: This is not digested by Guernsey cows so it passes into the milk and produces the wonderful golden colour. Beta carotene is found in green vegetable matter Reviews: Description of Genetic Terms 1.

REGNAME The herdbook name of the bull 2. CODE # The special number which the AI companies use to identify sires 3. MILK The average milk production of a bull’s daughters in a day lactation (expressed in pounds: 1 kg = pounds).

FATFile Size: 75KB. Data on the relationship between milk fat and marbling (IMF) in the carcass are hard to find in the literature. However, dairy breeds (Jersey, Holstein) tend to marble at a higher rate than beef breeds. Fat percentage in milk from Holsteins has a pretty narrow range ( to %), and that from Jersey is greater but still pretty narrow ( to.

Sarsgrove’s milk as a percentage of bodyweight figures showed that the Jersey herd averaged 5,3% and the Holstein herd 5,2%. Looking at Sarsgrove’s average milk solids/kg bodyweight, Jane found that Jerseys averaged 1,5kg milk solids/kg bodyweight/year compared with the Holstein average of 1,2kg milk solids/kg bodyweight/year.A jersey cow's milk has a lot higher butterfat content, which makes the milk richer in taste.

The jersey breed also tends to be a smaller breed of animal. The milk yields are lower than a Holstein.The concept of milk component yield versus milk composition can be illustrated by comparing different bulk tank production averages with similar protein composition.

If the tank average increases from 75 pounds to 85 pounds while protein composition remains constant at percent, an additional pound of protein is produced per cow per day.