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Relationships between some morphological and fattening characters in geese



Relationships between some morphological and fattening characters in geese



Zivocisna Vyroba 23(8): 597-603



Tibia length, abdomen length, body weight at 84 days of age, slaughter weight (119 days) and liver weight were obtained for 51 Iv-1, Landes and Masseube geese. For Iv-1 birds that had attained a liver weight >400 g (group 1), both body measurements, both body weights and liver weight were significantly higher than for birds that had attained a liver weight <400 g (group 2).

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