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Suffolk and Southdown rams as sires of market lambs compared in long-term study

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G. E. Bradford, University of California, Davis.
W. C. Weir, University of California, Davis.
D. T. Torell, University of California, Hopland.
G. M. Spurlock, University of California, Davis.

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California Agriculture 14(8):4-5.

Published August 01, 1960

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: A three-year experiment at the Hop-land Field Station compared lambs sired by rams of a large breed with those sired by rams of a smaller, earlier-maturing breed. The lambs compared were sired by Suffolk and Southdown rams, and were out of range ewes.

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Suffolk and Southdown rams as sires of market lambs compared in long-term study

G. E. Bradford, W. C. Weir, D. T. Torell, G. M. Spurlock
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Suffolk and Southdown rams as sires of market lambs compared in long-term study

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Authors

G. E. Bradford, University of California, Davis.
W. C. Weir, University of California, Davis.
D. T. Torell, University of California, Hopland.
G. M. Spurlock, University of California, Davis.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 14(8):4-5.

Published August 01, 1960

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: A three-year experiment at the Hop-land Field Station compared lambs sired by rams of a large breed with those sired by rams of a smaller, earlier-maturing breed. The lambs compared were sired by Suffolk and Southdown rams, and were out of range ewes.

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