TitleAssessing stated preferences through the use of choice experiments: valuing (re)production versus aesthetics in the breeding goals of Ugandan Ankole cattle breeders.

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Wurzinger M;, Ndumu D;, Baumung R;, Drucker AG;, Okeyo AM;, Semambo DK;, Sölkner J. "TitleAssessing stated preferences through the use of choice experiments: valuing (re)production versus aesthetics in the breeding goals of Ugandan Ankole cattle breeders.".; 2006.

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