Genetic and non-genetic factors affecting growth performance in goats

@inproceedings{Singh2002GeneticAN,
  title={Genetic and non-genetic factors affecting growth performance in goats},
  author={Satbir Singh and Zeenat Rana and D. S. Dalal},
  year={2002}
}
Data on 616 kids of Beetal, Black Bengal and their reciprocal crosses were analysed to study the effect of genetic group, year, season, sex, type of birth and dam's weight at kidding on growth traits. The results revealed that Beetal breed was significantly (P<0.01) superior in body weights and daily body weight gains and Black Bengal had minimum body weights at all ages. All the body weights were significantly influenced by genetic group, year, sex and type of brith. The dam's weight at… CONTINUE READING

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