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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selective_breeding

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 first and foremost kept for pulling ploughs as oxen, ...

www.pathwayz.org/Tree/Plain/SELECTIVE+BREEDING+-+COWS

Selective Breeding - Cow= Cows have been domesticated as early as 9000BC. Selective breeding has p.

www.ad-nett.org/cattle_breeding.html

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 ...

milkgenomics.org/article/ups-downs-genetic-selection-dairy-cattle

Selective breeding has apparently contributed to this fall of fertility in some ... But what has been the impact of intensive selection on the modern dairy cow?

www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/add_gateway_pre_2011/living/genesrev2.shtml

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

fafdl.org/?p=1185

Jun 6, 2015 ... See also the companion piece: Contemporary Selective Breeding. Plant Edition. Ed Yong has a fascinating post about a new evolutionary ...

www.fao.org/fileadmin/user_upload/animalwelfare/dairy.pdf

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

singularityhub.com/2011/07/13/belgian-blues-will-blow-your-mind-these-cows-are-totally-ripped

Jul 13, 2011 ... Specifically, the Belgian Blue. This muscle bound meathead is a monument to the genetic power of selective breeding. A single genetic defect, ...

www.quora.com/What-is-the-process-of-selective-breeding-for-cows

As another commentor has said, selective breeding is the process of breeding for desirable traits. In the old days, this was often done by looks. While this is still a ...