Addressing principles associated with breeding animals for enhanced health and resistance to specific diseases this new edition provides an updated review of the field and is illustrated with examples covering many diseases of importance to livestock production across all major livestock species. Breeding for disease resistance in farm animals 2nd edition edited by rfe axford school of agricultural and forest sciences university of wales bangor uk sc bishop roslin institute edinburgh roslin. Breeding for disease resistance in farm animals a review of this unique book on farm animal livestock genetics and animal breeding foot and mouth disease swine fever genetic markers etc. Health control is a major issue in animal breeding and a better knowledge of the genetic bases of resistance to diseases is needed in farm animals including fish. Breeding for disease resistance offers improved animal welfare and increased returns for breeders it is now practised in cattle sheep pig chicken and fish farming
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