Effect of sire breed on the productivity of Kazakh mutton-semifine-wool sheep

DOI: 10.18805/ijar.9493    | Article Id: B-289 | Page : 418-424
Citation :- Effect of sire breed on the productivity of Kazakh mutton-semifine-wool sheep .Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2016.(50):418-424

Saukymbek Shauyenov, Yessenbay Islamov, Serik Narbayev and Dulat Ibrayev*

ibrayev-dulat@mail.ru
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Department of Technology and Processing of Livestock products, S.Seifullin Kazakh Agro Technical University, Astana, 010000, Republic of  Kazakhstan

Submitted Date : 13-02-2015
Accepted Date : 2-02-2016

Abstract

In recent years, the world demand for a low fat and high protein content lean meat had increased to meet the needs of the organism in proteins. This article presents the results of an expedient scientific-research analysis on establishing the influence of Poll Dorset and Texel breed on the particular growth variability, development of both meat and wool productivity of Kazakh mutton-semifine-wool breed of sheep. Results of the study were obtained under the same grazing conditions of 110 head of purebred and 110 crossbreed Texel and Poll-Dorset sheep of second generation. It was found that peers of the experimental group exceeded their peers in the control group on the dynamics of growth in body weight (P£0.05), i.e. crossing helped to improve the performance of daily gain (P£0.05). In terms of slaughter indicators, such as the slaughter and carcass weight, crossbreed male lambs also surpassed purebred male lambs (P£0.05). Herein, it was found that crossbreed lambs of Texel breed observe the superiority in terms of meat output (fat free) in relation to purebred male lambs (P£0.01). The study of longissimus muscle chemical composition showed that crossbreed male lambs of Texel breed in protein content in this very muscle are superior to purebred peers (P£0.05). A study of wool characteristics of experimental sheep showed that at the age of 12 months the high wool clip was observed in male lambs of Texel second generation (P£0.05). The high yield of washed wool was also observed in Texel male lambs (P£0.05) as compared to purebred peers.

Keywords

Crossbreeds lambs Kazakh mutton-wool sheep Meat productivity Poll-Dorset Texel Wool productivity.

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