Breeding Programs

Some articles on breeding programs, breeding, program:

Billabong Sanctuary - Breeding Programs
... Breeding programs at the sanctuary include the southern cassowary, estuarine crocodile, northern bettong, common wombat, koala, Nail-tail wallaby, eclectus parrot, and black-headed python ...
Mulesing - Alternatives - Breeding Programs
... Using breeding principles, wrinkle-skinned Merino flocks which require mulesing have been transformed into plain-bodied and mules-free flocks within five years ...
Haflinger - History - World Wars
... Haflingers being taken into military service and the interruption of breeding programs ... in what was now Italy, while the high-quality breeding stallions had been kept at studs in North Tyrol and so were still in Austria ... which was given governmental authority to inspect state-owned breeding stallions, register privately-owned stallions belonging to Commission members, and give prize money for horse show ...
Agricultural University (Peshawar) - Academics - Faculty of Crop Production Sciences - Department of Plant Breeding & Genetics
... The Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics was established in 1963 ... In addition to academics, objective-oriented breeding programs are underway in wheat, maize, rice, pulses (mungbean and chick peas), cotton and oilseed ... In addition, the department has established linkages program amounting Rs ...

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