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Abstracts of papers presented at the Northeast Divisional Meeting of the American Dairy Science Association


, : Abstracts of papers presented at the Northeast Divisional Meeting of the American Dairy Science Association. Journal of Dairy Science 58(8): 1238-1247

Barnes, M.A.; Longnecker, J.V.; Riesen, J.W.; Woody, C.D. Reproductive development in Holstein bulls : 1246-1247.Bray, A.P.; Dickey, H.C.; Apgar, W.P. Pedigree indices for the selection of young Holstein dairy sires : 1239.Gaunt, S.N.; Damon, R.A.; Bean, B. Heritability of fertility of dairy sires : 1245-1246.Leonard, H.A.; Gardner, D.L.

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