analysis of the Manningford herd of British Friesians. by George M. Odlum

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The author-owner presents in this analysis a detailed account of the many aspects of breeding and management, involved in the establishment and maintenance over 12 years, of a pedigree British Friesian herd.

Details of breeding records of sires with production records of progeny are analysed. From early establishment, the maintenance of a disease-free herd and the production of clean milk Cited by: 2. THE trials and disappointments of a progressive breeder who sets himself a realistic aim are frankly recorded in this account of the author's efforts to establish the Manningford herd; his successes are also recorded critically.

Mr Odium has done good service to stock-breeders, not only in giving this highly independent, individualistic, outspoken, and provocative discussion of his methods of Cited by: 2.

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In response to demand, protein percentages have been raised across the breed and herd protein levels of % to % are not uncommon. One of the great strengths of the British Friesian is the ability of the male calf to finish and grade satisfactorily, either in intensive systems, or as steers, extensively.

Statistics. The Barncluth herd of 85 British Friesians is testimony that there is more than one way to make a profit from dairy farming.

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These books were used by scientists at the Institute of Animal Genetics Library, Edinburgh; Animal Breeding Research Organization and Animal Breeding Research Department. This article evaluates the validity of this assertion by focusing on a case study of Manor Farm, Manningford, Wiltshire.

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