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Breeding yearling heifers: Field studies indicate weight more important than age

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Reuben Albaugh

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California Agriculture 2(11):5-6.

Published November 01, 1948

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Breeding beef heifers so they will calve at two years of age rather than at three years is one method of increasing meat supplies and improving production efficiency without enlarging numbers of breeding animals.

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The study reported here was conducted with the coöperation of Rudolph Asmus, manager, El Sur Ranch, Monterey County.

Breeding yearling heifers: Field studies indicate weight more important than age

Reuben Albaugh
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Breeding yearling heifers: Field studies indicate weight more important than age

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Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

Reuben Albaugh

Publication Information

California Agriculture 2(11):5-6.

Published November 01, 1948

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Breeding beef heifers so they will calve at two years of age rather than at three years is one method of increasing meat supplies and improving production efficiency without enlarging numbers of breeding animals.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The study reported here was conducted with the coöperation of Rudolph Asmus, manager, El Sur Ranch, Monterey County.


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