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Znaczenie temperamentu w hodowli bydla miesnego

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Importance of temperament in beef cattle breeding
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The influence of farmers creating an environment for domestic animals and its impact on their behaviour and welfare are recently a major area of research. The animal reaction to human presence depends on the previous experience and their genetic characteristics. Easily handled animals are much more desirable than nervous ones. Temperament is one of the natural traits of an animal influencing, among others, daily body weight gains up to weaning, as well as meat quality when slaughtered. Some of the results based on temperament tests are summarized in the presented paper.
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01
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s.20-23,bibliogr.
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  • Szkola Glowna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego, ul.Ciszewskiego 8, 02-786 Warszawa
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