Terminal and rotaterminal crossbreeding systems for pork producers (1993)
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Crossbreeding is a widely established management practice among commercial pork producers. Over the years, the industry has used rotational crossbreeding programs extensively. Rotational programs are relatively easy to operate, enable pork producers to develop their own females, and exploit most of the possible heterosis.
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