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The results of cross-breeding obtained in Czechoslovakia.


, : The results of cross-breeding obtained in Czechoslovakia.. The results of cross-breeding obtained in Czechoslovakia, Prague: CSAZV, State Agricultural Publishing House, 307

This book deals with theoretical aspects of crossbreeding, development of new breeds and aims of cross-breeding in Czechoslovakia. The results obtained in cross-breeding black spotted stock with Kostroma, Kholmogor and Ayrshire cattle are given. The cross-breeding of pigs, sheep and horses is also covered. (From Agric.

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