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The Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Pomerania beef cattle association. The aim: breeding stock and quality meat; et seq


, : The Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Pomerania beef cattle association. The aim: breeding stock and quality meat; et seq. Tierzucht 44(10): 446-458

A number of new breeders' associations with membership open to individual breeders as well as institutions were set up in the former GDR in May 1990. Brief articles describe their aims and organization. In addition to the first they include: The Saxony-Anhalt sheep breeding association (M. John, p.447); The Berlin-Brandenburg sheep breeding association (D. Schunemann et al., pp.448-449); The North/East hybrid pig breeding association (G.


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