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Selective breeding

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Selective breeding (also called artificial selection) is the process by which humans use animal ... Bakewell was also the first to breed cattle to be used primarily for beef. Previously, cattle were...

Cattle Breeding – The Success Of Science

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Selective Breeding Of Cattle. Robert Bakewell, an 18th-century English farmer, is known to have effectively put selective breeding to use for the first time and it is ...

Selective Breeding or Artificial Selection

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Nov 24, 2013 ... Humans have used selective breeding long before Darwin's Postulates and the discovery of genetics. Farmers chose cattle with beneficial traits ...

The impact of genetic selection for increased milk yield - Food and ...

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Keywords: animal welfare, dairy cattle, fertility, mastitis, milk yield, selection. Introduction ...... genetic basis and that selective breeding for a better animal welfare ...

7. – Dairying and dairy products – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New ...

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The test was applied to herds, so that cows producing the fattiest milk could be used in selective breeding. In 1896 a farming magazine was enthusiastic about ...

Selective Breeding of Farm Animals Chickens - Compassion in ...

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selectively bred to lay lots of eggs, but they grow at a normal rate. Most are still kept .... The cow above has been selectively bred for meat. She produces enough  ...

Selective breeding and diet changes could produce low methane ...

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May 30, 2013 ... The possibility of selective breeding to produce cattle that are consistently low methane emitters is being explored by an international team of ...

Milk | Animal Equality

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To obtain 'dairy' products, a cow will have been selectively bred to provide as much milk as possible, and more than her body can cope with. The amount of milk ...

Abnormally large 'super cows' being manufactured by ...

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Mar 20, 2013 ... "These cows have been selectively bred from animals that contain a copy of this gene which doesn't work. As a result, their muscles grow far ...

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Sep 25, 2010 ... "Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind" - Albert Einstein.
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BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Selective breeding

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Selective breeding. These are the steps in selective breeding: ... Selective breeding can also be used to modify other characteristics of cattle. Aberdeen Angus ...

Breeds of Livestock - Belgian Blue Cattle — Breeds of Livestock ...

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Belgian Blue cattle as they exist today are the result of selective genetic breeding and development conducted in Belgium by Professor Hanset at the AI Center ...

Scientific breeding and cross-breeding - Te Ara Encyclopedia of ...

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They found that growth rates are moderately to highly inheritable, so farmers who measured their cattle's growth and bred them selectively could considerably ...