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BFT

(1) See binary file transfer.

(2) (Binary File Transfer) An early extension to Group 3 and 4 fax protocols that enables transmission of any binary data over a fax modem. Conceived before analog modems became widely used, it allows executable programs and other binary files to be encoded in the format of a printed fax page and converted back to binary at the receiving end. See binary file.
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The most common cattle breeds for which ultrasound has been used are Angus, Brangus, Hereford, and Simmental, of which young bulls and heifers were used for genetic parameter estimation of LMA, BFT and marbling score (MS).
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