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The effect of body weight, backfat thickness and LD muscle height at first breeding in gilts on their reproductive performance over three subsequent parities

The effect of body weight, backfat thickness and LD muscle height at first breeding in gilts on their reproductive performance over three subsequent parities

Prace i Materiay Zootechniczne, Zeszyt Specjalny 13: 131-138

The effects of liveweight, backfat thickness and longissimus dorsi (LD) muscle thickness at first mating on reproductive performance in crossbred (Polish Landrace x Polish Large White) gilts were estimated over 3 subsequent reproduction cycles.

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