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Performance of Buffalo (Bubalusbubalis) under Bhutanese conditions

@inproceedings{Wangdi2014PerformanceOB,
  title={Performance of Buffalo (Bubalusbubalis) under Bhutanese conditions},
  author={Jigme Wangdi and Wangchuk Sonam and P Bhujel and Tim Farron Mp},
  year={2014}
}
The study was conducted to generate and document baseline data on the productive and reproductive performance of buffalo under Bhutanese conditions. The compositional milk quality of buffalo was also studied. The data were collected from 46 individual buffalo based on their history, reared by 34 farmers of Samtse and Tsirang districts using structured questionnaire. A data on daily milk production of individual buffalo was measured immediately after complete milking using weighing spring… 

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