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Journal Selcuk Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences

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Sciprofile linkHayri Topbaş, Birol Dağ
Selcuk Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Volume 33, pp 223-226; doi:10.15316/sjafs.2019.179

Abstract:This study was carried out to investigate the some reroduction chareacteristics of Honamlı goat breed which are rearing commonly in Taurus mountains in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. The materials of the study was formed with the five years records from 2011 to 2016 of 27 flocks (average 220 bucks and 4400 does) chosen from 36 flocks with in the scope of National Public Small Ruminant Improvement Project, which was raised under extensive conditions in Beyşehir and Derebucak districts of Konya. At the end of the research; kidding rate, survival rate, twin birth rate, fecundity, litter size and the averages for birth weight, weaning weight and daily weight gains for the five consecutive years were found as 85%,87%,15%,0.94,1.10,3.64 kg,19.14 kg,0.180 kg respectively. Effects of farm, birth type and gender on live weights and daily weight gains were found to be statistically significant (P<0.01).
Ramazan Acar, Mevlüt Demiryürek
Selcuk Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Volume 33, pp 260-266; doi:10.15316/sjafs.2019.186

Abstract:Dust transport is important for ecosystems (land, marine ecosystems) and human activities in the World. The main causes of dust transportation are drought and desertification. Negative effects of transported dust on plants; when the dust particles that are deposited on the plants cover the surface of the leaves, they can prevent the vital functions of plants such as photosynthesis and transpiration. It is stated that it can be caused by the feeds/fodders that are affected by them and by the licking of the body hair that holds them rather than not direct effects of dust or air pollutants damage to the animals in natural pasture areas. Naturally, this causes decreases in animal welfare and productivity. In addition, dusts make the administration of animals difficult.
Fatma Nur Elma
Selcuk Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Volume 33, pp 175-178; doi:10.15316/sjafs.2019.171

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Süleyman Çalışlar
Selcuk Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Volume 33, pp 252-259; doi:10.15316/sjafs.2019.185

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Ahmad Imad Mohammed, Marwan Fadhıl, Ibrahim Aytekin
Selcuk Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Volume 33, pp 190-193; doi:10.15316/sjafs.2019.174

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Mahmut Yılmaz, Haydar Hacıseferoğulları
Selcuk Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Volume 33, pp 183-189; doi:10.15316/sjafs.2019.173

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Koray Uğur, Ali Karabacak
Selcuk Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Volume 33, pp 227-230; doi:10.15316/sjafs.2019.180

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Hilal Sabırlı, Yusuf Cufadar
Selcuk Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Volume 33, pp 248-251; doi:10.15316/sjafs.2019.184

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Ferhan Küçükbasmacı Sabır, Sevil Unal, Mays Talal Kadhim Maadheedi, Israa Mohammed Mahdi Mahdi
Selcuk Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Volume 33, pp 82-87; doi:10.15316/sjafs.2019.160

Ali Ihsan Yıldırım, Mustafa Konak
Selcuk Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Volume 33, pp 121-136; doi:10.15316/sjafs.2019.166

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