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Estimation of economic weights for a selection index for Corriedale sheep in Magallanes


, : Estimation of economic weights for a selection index for Corriedale sheep in Magallanes. Avances en Produccion Animal 17(1-2): 123-126

A method used to estimate the economic weight of clean fleece weight, fibre diameter and body weight of lambs and ewes in southern Chile is described.

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