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Investigation milk yield in small ruminants by region in Turkey

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Author: 
Şenol Çelik
Abstract: 

The aim of the research, goat and sheep milk yield reveal differences and to develop recom­mendations by 7 geographical regions in Turkey. Data of the study was obtained from Turkey Statistical Institute (TSI)’s internet address “in the Livestock Statistics” section. As of 2014 started with 81 goats and domestic sheep are milk yield were examined according to milked for the number of animals and milk production quantity. The highest average yield per ani­mal is provided in goat hair in the Mediterranean Region (107 kg), the lowest average yield in the Black Sea Region (96,554 kg). In domestic sheep, the highest average yield per animal is provided in the Mediterranean Region (83,750 kg), the lowest average yield in Eastern Anatolia Region (75,642 kg). Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA) was applied to obtained data. As a result of analysis of domestic sheep and goat milk yield differences were found significant in the statistics by region (P<0.01). According to Bonferroni’s multiple comparison test, goat milk yield Eastern Anatolia- Southeast Anatolia, Marmara, Aegean, Mediterranean, Southeast Anatolia-Marmara, Aegean and Mediterranean, Marmara and Aegean, Central Anato­lia and Mediterranean, Aegean and the Mediterranean, Central Anato­lia- the Mediterranean and the Mediterranean and Black Sea region differences between were significant. In domestic sheep milk yield, differences in Eastern- Southeast Anatolia, Marmara, Aegean, Central Anatolia, Mediterranean and Black Sea, Southeast Anatolia and Marmara, Aegean, Central Anatolia, Mediterranean and Black Sea, Marmara and Aegean, Central Anatolia, Mediterranean and Black Sea, Aegean and Central Anatolia and the Mediterranean-Black Sea and Central Anatolia and Black Sea region were significant.  According to the results obtained, the Black Sea region determined maximum differences belong to milk yield of goats. Differences in domestic sheep belonging to the milk yield has determined the most Mediterranean region.

 

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