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Results of testing for wool quality and possibilities of improving wool quality in Mutton Merino sheep by means of breeding

, : Results of testing for wool quality and possibilities of improving wool quality in Mutton Merino sheep by means of breeding. Tierzucht 32(5): 219-220

For 66 Mutton Merino (MM) sheep, aged 12 mth, staple length averaged 137.6 mm and greasy fleece weight 12.23 kg v 142.3 and 13.23 resp. for 82 Stavropol X MM sheep.


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