Abstract

The structure of beef production varies very much from one country to another. In some countries the calves reared for beef are mainly purebred dairy or dual- purpose calves. Other countries have adopted large-scale crossbreeding with beef bulls in dairy herds as the basis of beef production. In countries with suckler calves as the main source of calf supply some kind of a hybrid program is mainly adopted.

B. Lindhe

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 1, Madrid, Spain, 655–669, 1974
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