Controlled mating of indigenous sheep of the Dhamar region, Yemen Arab Republic
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Published by Range and Livestock Improvement Project in Yemen .
Written in English


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StatementJ.G.L.G.M. Hoenen, E.A. J. Ruigrok, A.R. Al Mas"udi.
ContributionsRuigrok, E. A. J., Al Mas"udi, A. R., DHV Consulting Engineers., Range and Livestock Improvement Project.
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Open LibraryOL19301683M

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