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Calf mortality in crossbred dairy cattle
SummaryInformation is given on crossbred calves between birth and 6 months of age belonging to 6 genetic groups—3 with 50% inheritance from Holstein, Jersey and Brown Swiss and the other 3 with 75%… Expand
A MODEL PROGRAMME FOR THE PRESERVATION AND GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF THE SAHIWAL BREED IN INDIA
- R. Nagarcenkar
- 1 April 1983
Eight institutional herds in northern India with a breedable female population of about 750 are cooperating in a progeny testing programme for improvement of milk production in the Sahiwal breed.
First lactation performance of crossbred and pure bred exotic cattle in indo-gangetic plains
Cros&breeding of Indian cattle with European breeds has been taken up as the National policy for rapid increase in milk produi;;iioJ!. In a vast country like India, there is· a: need to assess the… Expand
Genetic and phenotypic parameters for pre-weaning body weights and gains in Malpura sheep.
FACTORS AFFECTING MILK YIELD AND LACTATION LENGTH IN SAHIWAL COWS
Density of sweat glands in Bos taurus X Bos indicus crossbred dairy cattle.
Relationship of age and weight on first calving with monthly and cumulative monthly first lactation milk yield in Murrah buffaloes
ABSTRACI The average age (AFC) and weight (WFC) at first calving was 44.19 ± 1.58 montlu and 477.37 ± 1.62 kg, rcspectively, in 2,089 Murrab buffaloes maintained at variou, mIIital}' farms in India.… Expand
Dairy production education in a changing world from the perspective of developing countries.
- R. Nagarcenkar