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Predicting carcass composition in early-weaned Simmental steers using a combination of real-time ultrasound, live evaluation, carcass expected progeny differences, and GeneSTAR marbling marker



Predicting carcass composition in early-weaned Simmental steers using a combination of real-time ultrasound, live evaluation, carcass expected progeny differences, and GeneSTAR marbling marker



Professional animal scientist 22(2): 144-152




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DOI: 10.15232/s1080-7446(15)31079-2


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