Term Definition
In reference to crossbreeding programs, complementarity refers the combination of traits from separate breeds that complement one another so that the hybrid offspring have the optimum combination of traits. For instance, crossing Angus with Simmental results in SimAngusTM offspring that produce an ideal beef product with the high marbling characteristics from the Angus genetics and improved yield grades from the Simmental genetics.

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