NEW STRATEGIES OF ORGANIZING THE TECHNOLOGIC FLOW WITHIN THE SHEEP AND GOATS’ FARMS

CAMELIA ZOIA ZAMFIR, ANA ENCIU, DANIELA JITARIU, N. CUTOVA, CARMEN ANA PIVODĂ

Abstract


With the purpose of increasing the total milk production and milked production, the superposition of sheep and goats’ milking over the servicing period and over the first two months of gestation. This fact influenced the milk sheep population – Palas an increase of the total average of milk with 14.58%, confronted by the sheep weaned before the servicing and by a milked production greater with 4.61%. The total average of milk production of sheep belonging to Palas Merino breed was 18.8% greater to the sheep within the gestation period and which were milked than the production of the sheep which were weaned before the servicing period, the average production of milked milk being 48.53%. The total average of milk production of the goats belonging to Carpatina breed was 30.,4% and 24.0 % greater to the goats within the gestation period and which were milked confronted by the production of the weaned goats before the servicing period and the average production of milked milk was 58.7% and 51.6% greater. In order to increase the milk production as merchandise the modification of suckling lambs and kids growing technology took place and also the early weaning of lambs and kids. The lambs belonging to Palas Merino breed were weaned at the average age of 44 days and having the weight of 14.78 ± 0.25 kg males and 14.34 ± 0.27 kg females; the lambs belonging to milk production Palas population were weaned at the average age of 38 days and having the weight of 12.05 ± 0.22 kg males and 11.16 ± 0.51 kg females ;the lambs belonging to Palas population were weaned at the average age of 42 days; the kids belonging to Carpatina breed were weaned at the age of 48 days .


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sheep; milked production; goats

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