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To compare the growth performance of exotic fine wool breeds with superscript 3/4th crossbreds of Rambouillet under similar conditions of management



To compare the growth performance of exotic fine wool breeds with superscript 3/4th crossbreds of Rambouillet under similar conditions of management



Cheiron 19(5): 223-227



For Russian Merino and Rambouillet sheep, and indigenous crossbred sheep with 75% Rambouillet inheritance, birth weight averaged 3.58+or-0.13, 3.48+or-0.13 and 3.77+or-0.17 kg resp., weaning weight 16.19+or-0.66, 17.33+or-0.67 and 18.89+or-0.8 kg, and body weight at 12 months 24.97+or-0.96, 27.44+or-0.96 and 32.74+or-1.25 kg.

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