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Studies on the development of improved strains of Japanese beef cattle. 5. Sire evaluation for growth and carcass traits using the Best Linear Unbiased Prediction method



Studies on the development of improved strains of Japanese beef cattle. 5. Sire evaluation for growth and carcass traits using the Best Linear Unbiased Prediction method



Proceedings of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu Tokai University (4): 43-48



Individual sire breeding values for multiple traits were estimated from records of daily gain in feedlot, marbling score and eye-muscle area collected on 924 steer progeny of 20 Japanese Brown sires which were progeny tested during 1975-78.

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