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Serving capacity and fertility in Brahman influenced bulls: a selective review

Serving capacity and fertility in Brahman influenced bulls: a selective review

Progress Report Texas Agricultural Experiment Station ( PR-4819): 123-125

This paper discusses breed types with some proportion of Brahman blood, and is mostly concerned with the Santa Gertrudis, Brangus, Beefmaster and Simbrah breds.

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