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Title: Results of using different breed studs in commercial fine wool sheep breeding
Authors: Aboneev, D. V.
Абонеев, Д. В.
Aboneeva, E. V.
Абонеева, Е. В.
Keywords: Environmental technology;Studs (structural members);Ecosystems;Engineering research;Agricultural engineering;Wool
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: EDP Sciences
Citation: Aboneev V., Aboneev D., Aboneeva E., Kazanchev S., Baimukanov D. Results of using different breed studs in commercial fine wool sheep breeding // E3S Web of Conferences. - 2021. - Том 26224. - Номер статьи 02016
Series/Report no.: E3S Web of Conferences
Abstract: This work presents the material of research and production experiments on the crossing of stud rams of the North Caucasian meat and wool breed and Australian meat merino with fine wool ewes of a commercial herd. It is identified that the use of North Caucasian rams on fine wool ewes serves to increase the fertilizing ability and milk production of the breeding stock, to increase viability and resistance of young animals, as confirmed by the best morphometrical differences of crossbred offspring placentas. Crossbred offspring from semi-fine wool rams had a large live weight at birth at 21 days and at 4 months of age. The use of Australian producers did not have a significant effect on the above indicators of economically useful traits in comparison with purebred breeding
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