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Optimum sow replacement rates in a 3 tiered hierarchical breeding structure for the production of 3 breed static market hogs



Optimum sow replacement rates in a 3 tiered hierarchical breeding structure for the production of 3 breed static market hogs



Journal of Animal Science 69(SUPPL 1): 200




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