Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 34 issue 2 (july to december 2000) : 133-135


S.S. Tomar, Arun K.·, R.B. Singh
1Dairy Cattle Breeding Division National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal- 132 001, India
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Cite article:- Tomar S.S., K.· Arun, Singh R.B. (2024). POPULATION ANALYSIS OF A FLOCK OF BEETAL GOATS FOR DEMOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 34(2): 133-135. doi: .
The mortality and culling data of 457 adult Beetal goats for 18 years indicated that 29% of the total left the flock after first lactation and the probability of a goat staying in the flock decreased along parity order coming down to 0.046 after fifth lactation. About 43% of the total goats in the flock belonged to first parity. The average birth rate (percentage of female kids born) was found to be 0.504. The reproductive rate was 0.85 and the generation interval was 2.04 years.
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