Cross breed

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'So, when you cross breed the local specie with the Northern ones, you will have something intermediate, hence they will do better when cross bred,'' Mr Maduabuchi said.
Let's cross breed our animals so that we can stay in peace and harmony," he said.
In order to know the susceptibility of indigenous and cross breed animals to tick infestation, this study was planned to inspect occurrence of tick infestation in indigenous and cross breeds of cattle and to assess the risk factors associated with tick infestation in Hyderabad and Kotri.
One of the ways of distinguishing between two species is that while both of them may cross breed, they do not generally produce fertile descendants.
From left, Staffordshire bull terrier cross Lola, Staffordshire bull terrier Franklin, Mastiff cross Shadow and cross breed Cooper.
Study on major reproductive health problems in indigenous and cross breed cows in and around Bedelle.
In this manner, all things considered cross breed rices in China yield around 27% (1.5 mt/ha) more than the innate high-yielding assortments.
Cattle raisers cross breed the sheep with aim of producing animals of special and attractive appearance, he said, noting that the breeders exchange ideas and expertise regularly, particularly during festivals and contests.
Two of the piglets were Pietrain cross breed and three were Welsh cross breed.
All four cross breed dogs are trained and could move in with a family with children over the age of four.
Ian Henry, 34, of Rathbone Road, Wavertree, had admitted being in charge of his Sharpei/Staffordshire cross breed and allowing it to be dangerously out of control.