Competing risks analysis of lamb mortality in a terminal sire composite population.

@article{Southey2004CompetingRA,
  title={Competing risks analysis of lamb mortality in a terminal sire composite population.},
  author={Bruce R. Southey and Sandra L. Rodriguez-Zas and Kreg A. Leymaster},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={2004},
  volume={82 10},
  pages={2892-9}
}
Mortality records from birth to weaning of 8,301 lambs from a composite population at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center were analyzed using a competing risks model. The advantage of the competing risks model over traditional survival analyses is that different hazards of mortality can be assigned to different causes, such as disease, dystocia, and starvation. In this study, specific causes of mortality were grouped into dam-related (DAMR; e.g., dystocia and starvation), pneumonia (PNEU… CONTINUE READING

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