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Efficiency of intensive systems of goat milk and meat production


, : Efficiency of intensive systems of goat milk and meat production. V International Conference on Goats, March 1992, New Delhi, India Pre conference poceedings: invited papers Volume II, Part I: 31-35

An account is given of the effects of nutrition and crossbreeding on growth, milk yield, carcass weight and reproduction of goats in the tropics.

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