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Authors: Ali A.K.A. ; A.M. AISeaf
M.S. Alkraidees
Issue Date: 2002
Abstract: : Ranking analysis was carried out on fourteen mathematical functions that have been used in the literature to describe the lactation curve. A total of 20831 test day records of milk yield were obtained biweekly during the period 1996-1999 on two dairy farms of AL MARIE Company in the central region of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Ranking criteria included Adjusted R2 , Durbin Watson (OW) and Residual Standard Deviation (RSD). Lactation curve function showed a diversity in ranking for each of five lactation, two season of calving, two milking levels and -three classes of Days in milk (300, 405 and 450 days) .
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/9046
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