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Animal Science
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ANS 110
Professor Hill

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Tyler Mull Expected progeny differences (EPDs) determine the difference between cows, whether it be weight, docility, calving ease, etc. For example, if one cow has an EDP score of +10 and another cow has an EDP score of -15 a 25-unit difference would be expected in their progeny. EDP scores are very important in determining the cost of cows or bulls. EDPs are so effective because all sources of information on an animal are included. Abuyer will purchase a cow simply based on its EDP scor
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