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The Brood Cow Efficiency Study - A Progress Report

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Title: The Brood Cow Efficiency Study - A Progress Report
Author: Sjursen, P.; Manske, L.; Nelson, J.L.; Landblom, D.G.
Description: A two year long study of brood cow efficiency that was designed to evaluate diverse crossbred cow types under the environmental conditions common to southwestern North Dakota is discussed in this article. Wintering costs are one of the most important expenses in a cow/calf enterprize. The effect of reproductive efficiency on the cow/calf enterprise is of utmost importance ans is expressed as the pounds of calf weaned per cow exposed to bulls during the breeding season.
Date: 1988
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Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/6188

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