Heat-tolerance studies of fat-tailed sheep in the subtropics

Citation:
Hafez, E. S. E., A. L. Badreldin, and M. A. Sharafeldin, "Heat-tolerance studies of fat-tailed sheep in the subtropics", The Journal of Agricultural Science, vol. 47, issue 03: Cambridge University Press, pp. 280-286, 1956.

Abstract:

Forty adult (15 months old) fat-tailed Egyptian rams and ewes of the Rahmani and Ossimi breeds were available at the Animal Breeding Research Farm, Giza, Egypt (30° N.). Body temperature and respiration rates were measured twice weekly throughout the year 1953–4. On days of observations, four readings were taken at 10 a.m., 12 noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Skin temperature was measured once weekly at noon for nine body regions, using a precision bridge thermometer. The effects of docking and pregnancy were also studied.

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