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Carcass Ultrasound 101: Selection: Is it “genetic progress,” or just genetic change?

Dec 3, 2008
The term “genetic progress” gets used very loosely in sale flyers, catalogs, and on the auction block. In the world of carcass ultrasound, the word “progress” simply implies that carcass traits are moving in a favorable direction.

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