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Productivity of native, Alpine and Nubian goats and their crosses in Venezuela


, : Productivity of native, Alpine and Nubian goats and their crosses in Venezuela. Archivos de Zootecnia 41(154): 555-562

This is a review, dealing with the milk yield, growth and reproduction of purebred and crossbred goats in Venezuela.


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