2 edition of Sheep selection in retrospect found in the catalog.
Sheep selection in retrospect
Nabeel B. Saoud
Written in English
|Statement||by Nabeel B. Saoud.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 86 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||86|
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A sheep is only good as the program it comes from and the program is only as good as the shepherd behind it. If you don’t trust the shepherd, then don’t buy replacements from the program. 2 The selection of show sheep based only on visual appraisal can be great for the short term goal of showing the animal.
Selection should be a part of all breeding sheep production enterprises. It is effective for almost all the important economic traits in sheep.
No selection program, however, can improve all these economically important traits at once. Generally, the more traits involved in selection, the less improvement will result for a single trait. The book is the most comprehensive title on keeping sheep on a smallscale published and is widely considered as the bible for sheepkeepers.
Whether the reader keeps sheep for pleasure or profit this key text covers all the /5(56). stereotype is to believe that all sheep from Ranch X have no parasite resis-tance.
Or “I bought a ewe Farm Y and we had to pull all her lambs”. We then go on to assume all ewes on Farm Y as prone to lambing issues. In the both of the above examples, we as shepherds are stereotyping whole flocks based on a single sheep. Genetic Selection of.
Hard copies are available from the Defra Helpline pdf 33 55 77, quoting reference PB Electronic version. To access the electronic Holding Register above, you will need to enable Macros. The sheep live on download pdf island of Hirta in the St. Kilda archipelago and have been studied closely since The researchers plugged their data into a numerical model that predicts how a trait such as body size will change over time due to natural selection and other factors that influence survival and reproduction in the wild.