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Phenotipic characterization determines important animal characteristics to establish selection processes based on forms and dimensions, thus allowing to keep racial characteristics, often times affected negatively by indiscriminate crossed with exotic breeds. These uncontrolled crosses have produced loss of identity and even extinction of native genetic resources. The “ovino criollo chilote”, ...

SUBJECT: 遗传资源多样性; diversité génétique comme ressource; diversidad genética entre especies; conservación de la diversidad biológica; 生物多样性

POSTED TO: Actas Iberoamericanas de Conservación Animal - AICA [2253-7325]

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The conservation of equine germplasm is beginning to be treated in Brazil. There are significant reports on the conservation of equines, including mini horses or ponies. Ponies are considered as a small horse. The animals are descendants of Brazilian Race Pony Ponies "Shetland" of Scotland and Ponies "Falabella" of Argentina, but still do not have much information about them. Thus, these anima ...

SUBJECT: ضأن; 遗传资源多样性; biodiversity; diversité génétique comme ressource; genetic diversity within species

POSTED TO: Actas Iberoamericanas de Conservación Animal - AICA [2253-7325]

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As a way to start a program of conservation and breeding of sheep breeds it´s necessary a minimum knowledge of the level of genetic diversity between and within breeds. Thus, one objective of this project was the monitoring and support the farmers, guiding they to use different selection practices of animal handling techniques and adopting prevention and control of gastrointestinal parasites. ...

SUBJECT: ضأن; extensión agrícola; manutention; 装卸; endogamia

POSTED TO: Actas Iberoamericanas de Conservación Animal - AICA [2253-7325]

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In 1810, in Argentina there were three million of creole sheep that they were only preserved in pure breed in environments where the new breeds weren´t productive. Actually, the more numerous population of creole are in the Argentinean northeast, although in minor number exists in all the country. There are few works that describe this population. The objective of this work is to characterizer ...

SUBJECT: مرض اللسان الأزرق; genetic resources conservation; lengua azul de los ovinos; 动物遗传学; fièvre catarrhale du mouton

POSTED TO: Actas Iberoamericanas de Conservación Animal - AICA [2253-7325]

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This report was prepared to provide information and analysis of the Samoan livestock sub-sector for the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries through a technical assistance assignment financed by the World Bank. The Word Bank contributed technical assistance support to the Government of Samoa to help identify measures to strengthen agriculture sector institutions, to improve the perform ...

SUBJECT: calving rates; predation; breeders; species; livestock associations

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Agriculture sector growth has made a powerful contribution to post-war economic recovery in Tajikistan, accounting for approximately one third of overall economic growth from 1998 to 2004. Sector output increased by 65 percent in real terms during this period, and has now returned to the level extant at independence in 1990. Total Factor Productivity (TFP) has also increased, by 3 perce ...

SUBJECT: soils; pilot farms; nutritional value; livestock enterprises; breeders

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Continuing a long Kyrgyz tradition, the livestock sector is one of the strongest components of the rural economy. The sector contributes substantially to the national economy by providing high value food, income, employment and foreign exchange. There are also significant indirect benefits which include reduced risks to human health, more sustainable use of arable land and pastures, acc ...

SUBJECT: animal care; grazing lands; avian influenza; breeders; animal performance

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Wageningen UR, Library

SUBJECT: animal breeding; grazing; praderas; organic agriculture; agriculture biologique

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The objectives of this study were to analyze the economic viability of meat lamb production systems and identify the components with greatest influence on production cost. The study was carried out in two stages. Stage 1: comparison of finishing lamb production systems: (1) lambs weaned at 60 days and finished on pasture; (2) lambs with mother on pasture; (3) lambs with mother on pasture plus ...

SUBJECT: economic result of sheep production; resultado econômico da criação ovina; lamb sale income; sheep meat sale; custo de produção de ovinos

POSTED TO: Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia [1516-3598]

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Sheep scab mites, <em>Psoroptes ovis</em>, collected from a Merino donor sheep, were used to infest Merino and Dorper sheep, and Angora and Boer goats. Mites were placed on the sheep on 1 or 2 occasions and on 5 occasions on the goats. All the animals were examined at regular intervals for the presence of scab lesions and living mites. Both sheep breeds developed lesions, but those on the Meri ...

SUBJECT: psoroptes ovis; host preference; sheep scab; dorper sheep; merino sheep

POSTED TO: Journal of the South African Veterinary Association [2224-9435]

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