A Note On The Relative Body Composition Of Wild And Domesticated Ruminants

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1963
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Ledger H.P
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The success of animal husbandry in the U.K. has its foundation in the early recognition that certain species of animals and certain breeds within species are better able to be productive in one environment than another. A typical example of this is the selection of breeds of sheep for hill, lowland and arable farming systems. Similarly there has been a selection between cattle breeds according to the part of the country in which they are kept.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, II, p. 163-165
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