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Economic and technical aspects of lactation in Awassi sheep with special reference to simplified recording and system development under semi-arid conditions



Economic and technical aspects of lactation in Awassi sheep with special reference to simplified recording and system development under semi-arid conditions



Index to Theses Accepted for Higher Degrees by the Universities of Great Britain and Ireland and the Council for National Academic Awards 39(3): 1511-1512



Various aspects related to Awassi sheep, e.g. systems of production and milking, processing and marketing milk products, and problems of milking and sheep production in Syria are examined in this thesis. The shape of the lactation curve in relation to some non-genetic factors, sheep rearing systems and milk quality was studied from 1979 to 1987 in order to investigate: (1) the shape of lactation curve at the pre- and post-weaning stages.

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