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Composite seedstock can simplify crossbreeding

Jan 15, 2010
A composite is a hybrid breed made up of at least two component breeds, explained Brett Barham, Ph.D., an Extension livestock specialist for the University of Arkansas. Its design retains heterosis in future generations without a complicated crossbreeding program and producers can maintain the genetic composition as they would with a pure breed.

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