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Genetic and phenotypic relationships between milk protein percentage, reproductive performance and body condition score in New Zealand dairy cattle



Genetic and phenotypic relationships between milk protein percentage, reproductive performance and body condition score in New Zealand dairy cattle



Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 64: 127-131



Recent research from the Australian In-Calf and New Zealand Monitoring Fertility projects have demonstrated that low milk protein percentage in early lactation is phenotypically linked to poor reproductive performance.

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