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doi:10.1017/S2040470010000245; published by Cambridge University Press, 8 November 2010

In the abstract by Willy Cei, Jean-Christophe Bambou, Maurice Mahieu and Gisèle Alexandre (2010) presented in Advances in Animal Biosciences, the following text was missing:

Conclusion

From these preliminary results, the Creole goat could be defined as a lean meat animal with satisfactory carcass traits and yield. Further research is required to improve the feeding management and to test the effect of parasitism on performances and meat quality. It will be interesting to enlarge the data base with more M kids (the F kids must be kept for reproduction) and more heavy animals.

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The editors apologise to the authors and readers for this mistake. Reference

Cei, W, Bambou, J-C, Mahieu, M, Alexandre, G2010. Carcass traits of male and female Creole goats according to slaughter weights, preliminary results. Advances in Animal Biosciences 1, 396397.