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Annual genetic gain in milk yield by embryo transfer in Hokkaido



Annual genetic gain in milk yield by embryo transfer in Hokkaido



Research Bulletin of the Hokkaido Agricultural Experiment Station ( 154): 53-63



The effects of embryo transfer on annual genetic gain in milk yield in a progeny testing programme was studied by simulation. The study assumed a cow population of 400 000, with 60% of them being available for test matings. Embryo transfer was incorporated in the selection of cows to produce cows and young sires.

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