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Variation of selection characters over successive generations of pigs



Variation of selection characters over successive generations of pigs



Sbornik Trudov Belorusskii Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Institut Zhivotnovodstva 21: 17-21



Data were obtained on 3 successive generations of a closed herd of Russian Large Whites. For 82, 112 and 259 pigs from the 3 generations, the h2s were 0.40, 0.26 and 0.40 for daily gain during fattening, 0.27, 0.60 and 0.70 for age at 95 kg body weight, 0.32, 0.30 and 0.66 for consumption of FU/kg gain, and 0.35, 0.86 and 0 for backfat thickness.

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