Importance of Fecundity Genes in Sheep and Goat for the Improvement of Livestock

Published on: 05/03/2014
Author/s : Dr. Ahmad Nawaz Khosa, Associate Professor, Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Sciences, Uthal Balochistan Pakistan

Pakistan is endowed with a wide diversity of sheep and goat genetic resources, which form the backbone of its rural livelihood security systems. The purpose of small ruminant raising is to produce quality meat to fulfill the demand of meat consumption. At present, there are 61.5 million goats and 28.1 million sheep in Pakistan, together they account for over 616 thousand tones of mutton and 795 th...

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Okwelum Ngozi (Dr) Okwelum Ngozi (Dr)
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
May 3, 2014
This research work is novel.

Dr Okwelum Ngozi
Insitute of Food Security, Environmental Resources and Agricultural Research
Federal University of Agriculture
June 17, 2018

Nice article.

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