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Results of performance-testing Simmental bulls in the German Federal Republic


, : Results of performance-testing Simmental bulls in the German Federal Republic. Simmental News (2): 8-9

For 730 bulls fattened to 330 days of age on 6 stations in 1974, final live weight averaged 449 kg, overall daily gain 1238 g, daily gain 1344 g from 112 to 330 days, and withers height 121 cm.

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