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Lameness is an important factor for culling animals. Strong legs and feet improve herd life of dairy cows. Therefore, many countries include leg and feet conformation traits in their breeding programs, often as early predictors of longevity. In the study 609 cows from 5 farms were observed for a year for correlation between lameness and conformation traits. Among the type traits, rear leg side view (0.30), rump angle (0.18), back teat placement (0.18) and front teat placement (0.18), had thedoi:10.2298/bah1202195g fatcat:amz27zrpfzgxjfwbzs3npcwbyi