Sheep´s Milk, Production and Welfare in Rearing of Sheep

Mária Angelovičová, Daniela Liptaiová, Kamil Močár, Dávid Štofan

Abstract


The milk of Reformed Wallachian sheep obtained by manual and machine milking of ewes contained in the 70.th day of lactation 16.87 g per 100 g-1 of dry matter, 6.36 g per 100 g-1of fat and 5.25 g per 100 g-1 of proteins. On the 130th day of lactation was statistically significant (P<0.05) the increase of the contents of dry matter to 17.85 g per 100 g-1,the fat to 6.83 g per 100 g-1 and the proteins to 11 g per 100 g-1. On the 190th day of lactation was statistically significant (P<0.05) the increase of dry matter content to 19.69 g per 100 g-1, the fat to 7.90 g per 100 g-1 and the proteins to 6.76 g per 100 g-1. Milk production in the year 2008 was 64.83 l and in the year 2009 62.7 l. On the farm was kept in the year 2008 the average of 712 ewes with the number of 724 lambs, 23 rams and 202 sheep over the age of 1 year. In the year 2009 there were about 721 ewes with 730 lambs, 25 rams and 210 sheep over the age of 1 year. The sheep were kept during the winter in a stall (deep litter). The sheep had unrestricted access to the grain feed and water.


Keywords


dry matter; fat; lactation; proteins; sheep's milk

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