Productivity of Boran cattle maintained by chemoprophylaxis under trypanosomiasis risk
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Evaluates the productivity of grade Boran cattle maintained by chemoprophylaxis under severe trypanosomiasis risk at Mkwaja ranch, Tanzania; uses data based on more than 20,000 calving records over the 10-year period from 1973 to 1982; discusses environmental influences on performance traits and links between tsetse population dynamics & cattle; includes comparison of Boran genotypes and its effect on pre-weaning growth characters.