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A comparison of three terminal sire breeds for crossbred lamb production 2. Carcass evaluation

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 September 2010

G. M. Webster
Affiliation:
Department of Agriculture, The University, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU
M. Ellis
Affiliation:
MAFF/ADAS, Redesdale EHF, Rochester, Otterburn, Newcastle upon Tyne NE19 1SB
B. G. Merrell
Affiliation:
MAFF/ADAS, Redesdale EHF, Rochester, Otterburn, Newcastle upon Tyne NE19 1SB

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Copyright © British Society of Animal Production 1990

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