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Effects of type and breed of British, Zebu and dairy cattle on production, palatability and composition. 1. Rate of gain, feed efficiency and factors affecting market value



Effects of type and breed of British, Zebu and dairy cattle on production, palatability and composition. 1. Rate of gain, feed efficiency and factors affecting market value



J. Animal Sci 22: 702-707



A total of 154 bullocks of 6 breeds and one cross, representing British, zebu and dairy types, were given the same ration from about 3 to 20 months of age or to 900 lb liveweight during an experiment lasting 5 years. They were fed individually or in groups. There were significant differences between years for most production and carcase characteristics and types differed significantly for all traits except daily gain.

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