Table III.- Physiological variables on crossbred
dairy cattle differences.
Least square means for fixed effects for growth performance traits of beef crossbred
The prevalence of mastitis in FxS crossbred
cows was 26% in present study.
Present retrospective study revealed prevalence of Babesiosis and Anaplasmosis and absence of Theileriosis and Trypanosomiasis in crossbred
cattle in West Tripura district of Tripura.
The results showed that there were a total of 42 promoters of differentially methylated genes between the Small Tailed Han and the crossbred
group, of which 34 were down methylated and 8 were up methylated in the LDM in the crossbred
group compared to the Small Tailed Han (Table 3; Figure 5).
(1992), which were used for crossbred
animals (Table 3), had a higher bias (SB) in prediction.
Although all experimental groups of female sheep saw a little difference, at the end of the study, at the age of 100-110 days, crossbred
female sheep saw higher body temperature than that of purebred peers (p < 0.05) (Figure 1D).
The center introduced the first germ plasm of riverine buffalo and improved the testing of carabao crossbreds
. The project was carried out by three state universities and a stock farm, with 11 groups of farmer-cooperators.
Research has shown that part of the reason crossbred
animals are hardier than purebreds is because of a stronger immune system.
The GADVASU dairy farm established under a government-funded Cross Breeding project has a herd of crossbred
cows with an average lactation yield of 5,877 kg.
Barbara Mclean, of ADAS, said four different crossbred
ewe types - all out of Welsh Mountain ewes - had been compared to pure bred Welsh Mountain ewes over a long-term study.