SUMMARY 806 lactation records produced by 210 buffalo cows disposed from the Misan Animal Breeding Station, were analysed to study some of their life performances. Least-squares means of breeding efficiency (BE), accumulative milk production (AMP) and days of lactation were 83.3%, 5419.95 kg and 1049.6 days respectively. Season and year of calving had no significant effects on the three traits studied. The effects of origin of birth on BE and DL were significant (P<0.05). The accumulative effect of lactations on each of the three traits was highly significant.
Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 24: Sheep and goats (fibre); sheep and goats (meat and milk); poultry; horses; buffaloes., , 474–475, 1998
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