Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Zelenkov Peter Ivanovich

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professor

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Don state agrarian University
   

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ORGANIZATION OF RATIONAL USE OF BULLS IN THE MEAT CATTLE BREEDING

abstract 0771203038 issue 77 pp. 419 – 429 30.03.2012 ru 1663
We developed an effective technology of reproduction in meat cattle breeding, which allows rational use of the bulls-producers, to obtain a high output calves (85-95%), to organize the accuracy of the account of the origin of young animals, to improve the level of selection-breeding work on the improvement of productive and breeding qualities of animals and create in a shorter time highly productive herds of meat cattle
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PRODUCTIVITY AND PROSPECTS OF USING OF THE GERMAN HOLSTEIN-FRIESIANS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF HOLSTEINIZED BLACK PIED CATTLE DOMESTIC BREEDING

abstract 0761202051 issue 76 pp. 590 – 601 29.02.2012 ru 1483
The features of milk production of Holstein Friesian imported heifers to Krasnodar region from Germany with a view of linear supplies and their ancestors on the main indicators of productivity and breeding value are shown. A comparative analysis of the productive qualities of the German Holstein-Friesian with Black Pied cattle domestic breeding is made. The ways of the effective use of the Holstein Friesian German-breeding to create a highly productive dairy cattle herds in the North Caucasus are outlined
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THE INCREASE IN ENERGY GROWTH CALF IN DAIRY PERIOD

abstract 0771203037 issue 77 pp. 409 – 418 30.03.2012 ru 1638
Obtaining a high intensity of growth calf in dairy period contributes to the feeding of the high daily doses of milk (8-10 kg) and schooling to early eating plant forage, which increases their live weight by 11.4-15,1%, growth energy - 13,2-16.5% and reduces the cost of feed per 1 kg of body weight gain of 4.6-8,6%
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