Event Title

FATTENING OF SHARR X WYRTEMBERG LAMBS F-2 GENERATE AFTER SUCKLING PERIOD (3-6 MONTHS)

Session

Agriculture, Food Science and Technology

Description

The study aims to provide information on how the crossbreeding of Sharr x Wirtemberg (F-1) breed sheep with the German merit of the Wirtemberg breed of meat production direction increases the body weight of Sharr X Virtembeg breed lambs ( F-2) in extensive breeding (pasture) after the suckling phase (3-6 months). The procedure for increasing the body weight of Sharr x Virtemberg lambs was preceded by the crossing of the Sharr x Virtemberg (F-1) metis sheep with Merinos Wirtemberg giving the F-2 generation. Based on experimental data the male lambs have higher body weight compare with female lambs while the twins have even lower growth. The male lambs Sharr x Wyrtemberg (F-2) in conditions where breeding was done in pasture conditions have shown greater body growth compared to female lambs and twins (male or female).

Keywords:

: Lambs, crossbreeding, sharr, wirtenberg, twins

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.340

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FATTENING OF SHARR X WYRTEMBERG LAMBS F-2 GENERATE AFTER SUCKLING PERIOD (3-6 MONTHS)

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The study aims to provide information on how the crossbreeding of Sharr x Wirtemberg (F-1) breed sheep with the German merit of the Wirtemberg breed of meat production direction increases the body weight of Sharr X Virtembeg breed lambs ( F-2) in extensive breeding (pasture) after the suckling phase (3-6 months). The procedure for increasing the body weight of Sharr x Virtemberg lambs was preceded by the crossing of the Sharr x Virtemberg (F-1) metis sheep with Merinos Wirtemberg giving the F-2 generation. Based on experimental data the male lambs have higher body weight compare with female lambs while the twins have even lower growth. The male lambs Sharr x Wyrtemberg (F-2) in conditions where breeding was done in pasture conditions have shown greater body growth compared to female lambs and twins (male or female).