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The current position in the Milk Protein Improvement trial, and breeding improvements expected from it

, : The current position in the Milk Protein Improvement trial, and breeding improvements expected from it. Tierzucht 38(5): 217-219

A long term experiment on selection for milk protein was begun in the German Democratic Republic in 1979. So far this has involved the assessment of 815 102 cows of which 2788 have been chosen for mating with 4-6 bulls selected on milk protein. For 91 bull mothers and 204 progeny the superiority over contemporaries in 1st lactation milk protein percentage and yield were 0.36-0.37 and 62.66 kg resp.


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