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Genetic, phenotypic and environmental relationships between sow body weight and sow productivity traits



Genetic, phenotypic and environmental relationships between sow body weight and sow productivity traits



Journal of Animal Science 60(2): 375-384



1158 records on Yorkshire litters and 819 records on Duroc litters were used in the investigation.

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