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Studies on realized genetic gain in milk production traits


Tierzucht 37(8): 366-368
Studies on realized genetic gain in milk production traits
Annual genetic trends were estimated from trends in modified Contemporary Comparisons of 86 German Black Pied (GBP), 20 Jersey and 38 GBP X Jersey bulls with an average of 53, 155.8 and 83.3 daughters calving in 1967-1978, 1968-1980 and 1968-1980 resp.


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