Summer weight gain: Brafords, Herefords compared for seasonal gains in Imperial Valley
AuthorN. R. Ittner
Author AffiliationsN. R. Ittner is Associate Specialist in Animal Husbandry, University of California College of Agriculture, El Centro.
Hilgardia 5(5):13-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v005n05p13. May 1951.
Brafords gained more during the summer in tests at the Imperial Valley Field Station; yielded more meat when slaughtered but usually brought a little less money per pound than Herefords.
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