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