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Belay Zeleke et al., ON FARM PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF INDIGENOUS GOAT POPULATIONS IN GAMO GOFA ZONE SOUTH WESTERN ETHIOPIA
The study was carried out in three districts of Gamo Gofa zone south Western Ethiopia. The objective of the study was to carry out phenotypic characterization of local goat population in the study area under farmers' management condition. A total of 1125 goats were randomly sampled. Data were gathered through field observations and linear body measurements of sample populations. The Sampled indigenous goats were identified by sex, age and district. The GLM procedure of SAS was employed tofatcat:ifmzlwfho5ayngf5cv7hgngoeq