2021
DOI: 10.1007/s11250-021-03017-2
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Growth performance and carcass traits of purebred and crossbred fattening lambs from Ghezel ram with Grey Shirazi ewe

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“…In the fattening groups examined as part of the study, males performed better than females in terms of daily live weight increase. Superiority due to anabolic-acting hormones is expected in animals used as male breeding material (22). The values were higher than the those obtained in a study by Omar (29) or the one reported by Haddad and Husein (18).…”
Section: Tab 3 Correlations Between Fattening Performance and Blood F...contrasting
confidence: 58%
“…In the fattening groups examined as part of the study, males performed better than females in terms of daily live weight increase. Superiority due to anabolic-acting hormones is expected in animals used as male breeding material (22). The values were higher than the those obtained in a study by Omar (29) or the one reported by Haddad and Husein (18).…”
Section: Tab 3 Correlations Between Fattening Performance and Blood F...contrasting
confidence: 58%