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Assessment of Sex Ratio Resulting From the Artificial Insemination in Dairy Farms in Khartoum State

Assessment of Sex Ratio Resulting From the Artificial Insemination in Dairy Farms in Khartoum State

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Title: Assessment of Sex Ratio Resulting From the Artificial Insemination in Dairy Farms in Khartoum State
Author: Ahmed, Reham Habib Alla Eltaib
Abstract: Sudan has the sixth largest animal wealth in the world, is a dairy overall Played 20% of the country's products, and is the artificial insemination of the most important technologies in the field of dairy production and enter in Sudan since the seventies of the last century. For many centuries, animal breeders and researchers have endeavored to control the sex of the offspring born, for various reasons. Initially male offspring were preferred for meat production, because of the better feed conversion efficiency and lean-to-fat ratio of males, whereas females were preferred for dairy purposes, except that some males of high genetic merit were still required as sires.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/24353
Date: 2015


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