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Age at first lambing and lambing interval in Tabasco ewes



Age at first lambing and lambing interval in Tabasco ewes



Memoria, Asociacion Latinoamericana de Produccion Animal 16: 135-136



Data on a flock of Tabasco ewes, remaining with rams continuously and weaning their lambs at 90 days of age, were analysed. For 35 ewes, age at 1st lambing averaged 414.7+or-49.4 days. For 147 ewes, the intervals between lambings averaged 228.8+or-44.0 days overall, 241.3+or-45.2 days between 1st and 2nd lambings, 201.4+or-24.3 days between 2nd and 3rd lambings, and 229.2+or-45.3 days between 3rd and 4th lambings.

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