Brown Swiss cattle


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Brown Swiss cattle

a café-au-lait colored, heavy boned, heavyweight and heavy milking breed of dairy cattle. A derived breed is the American brown Swiss.
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Brown Swiss dual-purpose bull. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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15) in Brown Swiss cattle was similar to the findings of Ferris et al.
Heritability of peak time for Brown Swiss cattle was much higher than heritabilities of other lactation traits (Table II).
Table I: Descriptive statistics of monthly TD milk yield records (kg) for Brown Swiss cattle
33) with FC1 in Brown Swiss cattle, whereas a positive genetic correlation (0.
There are no reports on the study of Pit-1 gene in Brown Swiss cattle by now.
As seen in Table 2, 35, 155 and 111 heads of 301 Brown Swiss cattle were determined as AA, AB and BB genotypes, respectively.
Allele A and B frequencies in Brown Swiss cattle were found as 0.
In the present study, data regarding Brown Swiss cattle used previously by Kaygisiz (2010) were used with the aim of statistically evaluating performance of a different statistical (regression tree) method and obtaining new information different from previous studies.
In the current study, an average of the 305-d milk yield in the Brown Swiss cattle was 3513.
In regression tree diagram, calving year for 305-d milk yield of the Brown Swiss cattle was determined to be the most influential factor, followed by parity and calving interval secondarily in regression tree diagram (Pless than 0.
Milk yield and reproductive traits in Brown Swiss cattle raised at Altinova state farm.