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Productivity of the cattle population with special reference to Jersey crosses in Hungary

, : Productivity of the cattle population with special reference to Jersey crosses in Hungary. Tierzuchter. 21: 505-507

Data are tabulated on the performance of Hungarian Simmental cows at different live weights, and on the butterfat yield and live weight of crossbreds of the Hungarian Simmental and Hungarian Brown breeds.

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