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Productivity of Breitov sows on crossing with Landrace boars from different lines

, : Productivity of Breitov sows on crossing with Landrace boars from different lines. Mater. II Konf. Molod. Uchen. Genet. Razved. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot., Tom 1. VNII Razved. Genet. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot. Leningrad. 138-142

One boar from each of 3 Landrace lines was used to mate groups of 5, 5 and 6 Breitov sows, and the av. sow performance compared with that of 5 Breitov sows mated to a Breitov boar.


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