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The methodological basis of evaluating dairy sires



The methodological basis of evaluating dairy sires



Sistema SELEKS v reshenii prod progr SSSR Materialy vses nauchn prakt konf, Riga, mart 1983: 84-93



Problems of sire evaluation are discussed. A method is proposed for eliminating some of the deficiencies of contemporary comparisons. It takes into account the genetic structure of populations and information on relationships among animals.

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