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Comparison of various sire evaluation methods in a herd of Holstein Friesian cattle


Comparison of various sire evaluation methods in a herd of Holstein Friesian cattle



Indian Journal of Animal Reproduction 24(1): 62-64



ISSN/ISBN: 0970-2997

Relative efficiency of the sire evaluation procedures based on minimum standard error of procedures indicated that both BLUP and MCC methods were more appropriate and efficient in estimating the breeding values of sires compared to SDA and CC.

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