Analysis of the Distribution of the Frozen Semen Made By Semtest BVN Targu Mures In 2010

Dorel V. Gabor, Mircea Roman, Alexandru T. Bogdan, Ioan Vintila, Dana Tapaloaga, Paul R. Tapaloaga

Abstract


Improvement of the animals, on an economical level, has as main effect the increase of production and reduction of the production cost per product unit. Apparently, the beneficiary is the farmer, but at the level of national economy the increase of production is made by the increase of the offer in products, and its effect is decrease of the sale price. The real beneficiary is thus the consumer. In order to achieve this amount of the zootechnical production in total agricultural production must increase, more viable and efficient exploitations must develop in order to provide the market with competitive products. The final target is for each owner to have cows that will transform efficiently the fodder into milk and meat. This desideratum can only come true if the presently existing cows are inseminated with frozen semen from the most valuable bulls that the given breed has as far as genetics is concerned is used. Only this way can the future generations of cows be better from the perspective of production and more resistant to diseases than the present generation. Romanian and Mures county's zootechnical is in a crisis first of all because of drastic decrease of the cattle in all species of zooeconomical interest- but especially in taurines.


Keywords


artificial insemination; frozen semen; global improvement value; improvement

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LUCRARI STIINTIFICE ZOOTEHNIE SI BIOTEHNOLOGII (SCIENTIFIC PAPERS ANIMAL SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGIES)

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