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über Raçen der landwirthschaftlichen Hausthiere
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Ebberfeld, Büscher, 1825
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annotation 16 . Rule of ant. part taking after father (N.Q)

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annotation 85    in districts where cattle worked , it is well known young are more easily broken in — ( so in Pampas Horses) Compulsory instinct.

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annotation 104 — Horns always after Merino Ram; one cross from Horned Bull gave horns to Hornless Herds ,(because a part previously lost, so tendng to return.—
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annotation 107. Alteration quicker or slower according as we take male or femle of A & crss it with B. (Q)

annotation in pale pencil 67 draw back neck in alpin sheep like Alpin hinds

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