Brown Swiss

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large hardy brown breed of dairy cattle from Switzerland

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Studies on the milk production traits of Brown Swiss cattle. J.
Milk yield and reproductive traits in Brown Swiss cattle raised at Altinova State Farm.
Heritability for yield at the beginning of lactation, a parameter of Brown Swiss cattle was 0.14.
Heritability estimate for c (descent after peak) parameter (0.15) in Brown Swiss cattle was similar to the findings of Ferris et al.
Ultrastructural alterations of motor cortex synaptic junctions in Brown Swiss cattle with weaver syndrome.
Weaver syndrome in Brown Swiss cattle: clinical signs and pathology.
BROWN Swiss cattle have never appeared at the Royal Welsh Show but this year 17 entries will mark their breed's debut at the event.
Heritabilities and genetic correlations of body condition score and calving interval with yield, somatic cell score, and linear type traits in Brown Swiss cattle. J.
Estimation of variance components and genetic parameters for direct and maternal effects on birth weight in Brown Swiss cattle. Pakistan Vet.
ABSTRACT The present study investigated the genetic variability of Pit-1 polymorphisms (HinfI_451 bp) in a total of 301 Brown Swiss cattle, and also evaluated the possible association between the Pit-1 genotypes and dairy traits such as 305 days milk yield (MY305), test day milk yield (TDMY), fat (%), protein (%), lactose (%), density (kg/m 3), solids-non-fat (%), total solids (%), freezing point (oC), and also pH and conductivity (uS/cm) of milk.
A total of 1884 lactation records were taken from 645 Brown Swiss cattle raised at Sultansuyu State Farm, Malatya province, located in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkiye between the years of 1987-2010.
In case of the leptin, the CC, CT and TT genotype frequency was 0.21CC and 0.50CT and 0.29TT in the East Anatolian Red cattle, 0.24CC, 0.56CT and 0.20TT in Anatolian Black Cattle, 0.19CC, 0.56CT and 0.25TT in Brown Swiss Cattle. The C and T allel frequency was 0.46 and 0.54 for East Anatolian Red cattle, 0.52 and 0.48 for Anatolian Black Cattle, 0.47 and 0.53 for Brown Swiss Cattle.
Factors influencing sex ratio in Brown Swiss Cattle. Indian J.