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Title: Effect of Season ofCalving and Parityon Some ProductiveTraits in Pure and Crossbred CattleinSudan
Authors: IE.O. Amasaib
2A.M. Abu Nikhaila
IA.N.M.A
Keywords: Key words: Season, calving, parity, cattle, Sudan
Issue Date: 1993
Abstract: This study was conducted to compare some productive traits (overall milk yield; 100 days milk yield; lactation length) and the effect of season of calving and parity number on imported versus locally bred and cross bred (50, 56.5 and 62.5%) in 2 different farms in Khartoum, Sudan. The results indicated a highly significant effect of breed in terms of 100 days milk yield; however, season of calving and parity showed insignificant effect in both farms examined. The lactation length impact on 100 days milk yield is significant at p<O.01 between purebred and cross ones.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/8999
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