Items where Subject is "Animal culture > Sheep > Meat production"
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Bowen, M.K. and Pepper, P.M. and Patterson, E. and McConnel, I. and Jordan, D.J. (2007) Growth and carcass characteristics of cast-for-age Merino ewes fed sorghum-based feedlot diets. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 47 (11). pp. 1309-1316.
Bowen, M.K. and Pepper, P.M. and Winkleman, J. and McConnel, I. (2007) Concentrates based on sorghum grain provide a basis for a finishing system for crossbred lambs. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 47 (11). pp. 1317-1325.
Dundon, S. G. and Mayer, D. G. (2015) Pen parameters for improving the performance of sheep imported from Australia to Persian Gulf feedlots. Small Ruminant Research, 126 . pp. 16-25.
Guthrie, J.A. and Dunlop, K.J. and Saunders, G.A. (1994) Use of Petrifilm(R) 3M to assess coliform numbers on lamb carcasses. Journal of Food Protection, 57 (10). pp. 924-927.
Kleemann, D.O. and Quigley, S.P. and Bright, R. and Scott, Q. (2000) Survival and Growth of Damara, Dorper, Dorset, Rambouillet, South African Meat Merino First Cross Lambs in Semi Arid Queensland. In: Animal Production for a Consuming World. AAAP-ASAP Conference, 2nd - 7th July, Sydney, Australia.
Pepper, P.M. and Dunlop, L.B. and Rose, M. and Weston, E.J. (2002) Supply capability of sheep on the Mitchell grass downs of North and Central West Queensland. In: Animal Production in Australia: The Australian Society of Animal Production., Twenty Fourth Biennial Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.
Quigley, S.P. and Kleemann, D.O. and Bates, K. and Scott, Q. (2000) Adaptability of Damara, Dorper and Traditional Meat Sheep Breeds in Semi-Arid Queensland. In: Animal Production for a Consuming World. AAAP-ASAP Conference, 2nd - 7th July, Sydney, Australia.