Breeding goals for the Kenya Dual Purpose goat. II. Estimation of economic values for production and functional traits

@article{Bett2007BreedingGF,
  title={Breeding goals for the Kenya Dual Purpose goat. II. Estimation of economic values for production and functional traits},
  author={Rawlynce C. Bett and Isaac S. Kosgey and Bockline Omedo Bebe and Alexander Kigunzu Kahi},
  journal={Tropical Animal Health and Production},
  year={2007},
  volume={39},
  pages={467-475}
}
Economic values for production traits (milk yield, MY, kg; 12-month sale weight, LW, kg; consumable meat percentage, CMP) and functional traits (doe live weight, DoWT, kg; number of kids weaned, NKW; kidding frequency, KF; kidding rate, KR, %; doe weaning rate, DoWR, %; doe survival rate, DoSR, %; post-weaning survival rate, PoSR, %; pre-weaning survival rate, PrSR, % and; residual feed intake of yearlings, RFIy, kg and does RFId, kg) were estimated for the Kenya Dual Purpose goat (KDPG) for… CONTINUE READING

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