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Tag Archives: Genetics
If you find There are good genes in most collections of animals or plants but they are not evenly distributed and some individuals make better seedstock as a result AND Keeping the best genes to breed with the best genes … Continue reading
If you find It is not always clear who is related to who else AND Selecting a member of a family (plant or animal) as seedstock means bringing in some family characteristics that are desirable and some that are undesirable … Continue reading
If you find It can be difficult to “let go” of animals you have raised Sentiment can interfere when culling, making it hard to make the best decisions at the drafting race It takes time and effort to track all … Continue reading
If you find Your competitors may be more adapted to market swings than you Change in the market often happens very quickly, leaving many people behind The window of opportunity can be very small and hard to see Opportunity does … Continue reading