Science and sheep breeding

Australia, 1961

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The story of the theory and research which lies behind the practical recommendations for a more accurate and efficient method of selecting merino sheep for wool production. If the breeder uses fleece-weighing as well as the usual methods of classing by eye, they can expect to double the rate of increase in fleece weight.

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director

David Corke

production company

CSIRO

Language

English

Duration

00:35:30:00

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Colour

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