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Crossbred dairy cattle productivity in Arsi Region, Ethiopia
|Statement||Gabriel H. Kiwuwa [et al.].|
|Series||ILCA Research Report -- 11|
|Contributions||Kiwuwa, Gabriel H., International Livestock Centre for Africa.|
books, production records of each cow and for the and days for crossbred, Friesian and Wadara cattle, respectively. However, the Durkin, J. () crossbreeds dairy cattle productivity in Arsi Region, Ethiopia. ILCA Research Rep International Livestock Centre. Productive and reproductive performance of Zebu X Holstein-Friesian crossbred dairy cows in Ethiopia. Jimma Town, Oromia, Ethiopia. Glob. Vet. 8(1) Beriso K, Tamir B, Feyera T (). Characterization of smallholder cattle milk production system in Aleta Chukko District, Southern Ethiopia. J. Adv. Dairy Res. Crossref.
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Presents results of analyses carried out on a range of performance traits and productivity estimates for indigenous Arsi & Zebu cattle and their crosses with Jersey & Friesian, maintained for milk production at Asela station & on smallholder farms in the Arsi region of Ethiopia; includes data on age at first calving, calving interval, breeding efficiency, milk yield & composition and body weight.
Get this from a library. Crossbred dairy cattle productivity in Arsi Region, Ethiopia. [Gabriel Hamlin Kiwuwa;]. Crossbred dairy cattle productivity in Arsi region, Ethiopia. Crossbred dairy cattle productivity in Arsi Region, Ethiopia. by Gabriel Hamlin Kiwuwa.
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The study was conducted with the aim of assessing characteristics and constraints of crossbred dairy cattle (Holstein Friesian X Zebu) production in Dire-Dawa administrative region, eastern Ethiopia.
The study covered 57 farms and crossbred cows found in three dairy production systems, namely small scale (SS), Medium scale (MS) and large. Crossbred dairy cattle productivity in Arsi Region, Ethiopia Table of Contents ILCA Research Report No 11 September Gabriel H.
Kiwuwa John C.M. Trail Mohamed Y. Kurtu Getachew Worku Frank M. Anderson Jeffrey Durkin ARSI RURAL DEVELOPMENT UNIT (ASELA), and INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK CENTRE FOR AFRICA (ADDIS ABABA), ETHIOPIA ILCA PUBLICATIONS.
Reproductive performance and herd life of dairy cattle at Asella livestock farm, Arsi, Ethiopia. II: crossbreds w 75 and 875% European inheritance.
Journal of. rate of service are the bases of profitable production for dairy farm (Mukasa-Mugerewa, ). Crossbreed dairy cattle (Arsi × Jersey) or (Arsi × Holstein-Friesian) is the most common breed in Arsi of Oromia region, Ethiopia, and are Crossbred dairy cattle productivity in Arsi Region sources of food and income, especially in urban ar ea such as in Asella town.
The study was carried out at Agarfa ATVET College dairy farm to evaluate the reproductive performance of Holstein Friesian× Arsi and Holstein Friesian ×Boran cattle. For the study, records compiled from to at the Agarfa dairy farm were used as original data. The effects of breed, bloodlines, season and parity on the reproductive traits were evaluated.
The study was conducted to examine the fertility status of crossbred dairy cows in mixed crop-livestock production (MCLP), market-oriented specialized dairy production (MSDP) and urban dairy production (UDP) systems, including the Holetta Agricultural Research Center (HARC).
Data on general farm management variables and reproductive histories were collected from study farms by questionnaire. rate of service are the bases of profitable production for dairy farm (Mukasa-Mugerewa, ).
Crossbreed dairy cattle (Arsi × Jersey) or (Arsi × Holstein-Friesian) is the most common breed in Arsi of Oromia region, Ethiopia, and are important sources of food and income, especially in urban area such as in Asella town.
A cross sectional study was conducted in and around Mekelle, Tigray, Ethiopia from November to May with the aims to assess reproductive performance and prevalence of reproductive problems in crossbred (Holstein Friesian x Zebu) dairy cattle.
A questionnaire survey methodology was used. The study sampled randomly selected dairy farms comprising crossbred dairy cattle. Kiwuwa G H, Trail J C M, Kurtu M Y, Worku G, Anderson F M and Durkin J Crossbred Production dairy cattle productivity in Arsi region, Ethiopia (Research report No.
11, ILCA, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), pp: Million Tadesse and Tadelle Dessie Milk production performance of Zebu, Friesian and their crosses in Ethiopia.
Livestock. Genetic parameters and evaluations from single- and multiple-trait analysis of dairy cow fertility and milk production. Livestock Production Science Kiwuwa G H, Trail J C M, Kurtu M Y, Worku G, Anderson F M and Durkin J.
Crossbred Dairy Cattle Productivity in Arsi Region, Ethiopia. International Livestock Research, Report. Ki wuwa G H, Trail J C, Kurtu M Y, Worku G, Anderson F M and Darkins J Crossbred dairy cattle productivity in Arsi region, Ethiopia.
ILCA Research Report No. 11, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The mean milk yield in the present study is in accordance with the findings of Kebede () and who reported that the average daily milk production of crossbred cows was 8 L in Ethiopia.
The mean peak yield in the present study was more or less in accordance with ± kg and ± L in HF crossbred dairy cows maintained under. Longitudinal observation on reproductive and lactation performances of smallholder crossbred dairy cattle in Fitche, Oromia region, central Ethiopia.
Lobago F, Bekana M, Gustafsson H, Kindahl H. Trop Anim Health Prod, 39(6), 01 Aug Cited by: 6 articles | PMID: Reproductive problems in crossbred cattle in central Ethiopia.
Anim. Repracl. Sei., The reproductive problems of crossbred cattle in four dairy farms were studied in and The mean calving intervals were ,and days in the four farms. A note on crossbreeding at Jabalpur to evolve a dairy breed of cattle under All-India Coordinated Research Project on Cattle.2nd World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Madrid Oct.4 to 8, VIII, 37– Furthermore, crossbred dairy cows and purebred Friesian and Jersey breeding bulls were distributed with introducing improved methods of fodder production in the project areas (MOA/SDDP, ).
Despite all of these trials, the numbers of crossbred cattle made only 1% of the total cattle population of Ethiopia (Workneh et al. Abstract. Presents results of analyses carried out on a range of performance traits and productivity estimates for indigenous Arsi & Zebu cattle and their crosses with Jersey & Friesian, maintained for milk production at Asela station & on smallholder farms in the Arsi region of Ethiopia; includes data on age at first calving, calving interval, breeding efficiency, milk yield & composition and.Cross breeding effect on milk productivity of Ethiopian indigenous cattle: Challenges and opportunities.
Scholarly Journal of Agricultural Science Vol. 3(11), pp. 5 November, 2 the low productivity of dairy animals. There area about 58 million cattle in Ethiopia of which million crossbred dairy cattle About 27 indigenous cattle breed, 2 exotic cattle breed and crossbred dairy cattle is used for milk production in Ethiopia.