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Investigation of serum transferrin types of German Black Pied cattle. 3. Relationship between the serum transferrin types and milk production characters



Investigation of serum transferrin types of German Black Pied cattle. 3. Relationship between the serum transferrin types and milk production characters



Arch. Tierz, 12: 199-209



Significant differences existed in the influence of individual serum transferrin types on the absolute milk production, fat yield and fat content, and on the milk and fat yields relative to the herd averages; year also affected the relationship. Cattle carrying the TfE and TfD alleles had higher fat contents than carrying only 1 or neither of these alleles. In the first 2 or 3 lactations, TfDE yielded 172-224 kg more fat than other, and TfAE yielded 136-285 kg more than TfAA, TfAD or TfDD.

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