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Articles by Abdulkadir Orman
Total Records ( 2 ) for Abdulkadir Orman
  Abdulkadir Orman , Cagdas Kara , Ersin Topal and Ender Carkungoz
  The present study was conducted to improve sexual behaviors in yearling kids mated for the first time by supplementing the feed additive containing multiple nutrients. In addition, the aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of supplementing multiple nutrients on litter size in yearling kids. Eighteen yearling Saanen kids (34.40±4.10 kg), aged 7-8 months and two sexually experienced Saanen bucks (53±2.80 kg), aged 2 years were used. The animals were sorted by body weight and litter size of their mothers in previous years and assigned to one of the two groups (control; CG and experimental; EG) in the study. Each group consisted of 9 animals. The daily ration of the animals in EG was added 30 g animal-1 the feed additive for 5 days before mating period. Despite the fact that there were no statistically differences for sexual behaviors, the number of kids born, kidding and multiple birth percentages between groups (p>0.05), the results showed that supplementing combination of nutrients improving animal health and reproduction had a positive effect on kidding and multiple percentages.
  Abdulkadir ORMAN , Aytekin GUNAY , Faruk BALCI and Mehmet KOYUNCU
  In this study, a total of 28 Saanen does were used to evaluate the relationship between somatic cell count (SCC) and milk yield. The study included 14 first-lactation (primiparous) does and 14 does in second lactation or greater (multiparous). Individual milk samples from both morning and evening milkings were taken every 15 days throughout the lactation period of 7 months. While somatic cell counts were higher during the evening milking (840.40 versus 532.30 cells mL−1; 1050.40 versus 759.70 cells mL−1), milk yields were lower during the evening milking (115.40 versus 193.80 kg; 177.40 versus 280.00 kg) for both primiparous and multiparous goats. Parity of the does affected the variables significantly, except for days in milk. Primiparous does had lower milk yields and SCCs than multiparous does. Overall, the mean SCC, logarithmic SCC, days in milk, and milk yield were 686.40 x 106 cells mL−1 and 905.10 x 106 cells mL−1 (P < 0.05), 5.81 and 5.94 (P < 0.05), 203.33 and 207.58 days (P > 0.05), and 309.20 and 457.40 kg (P < 0.05) per doe per lactation, for primiparous and multiparous goats, respectively. Goat milk samples contained high SCCs and exceeded the requirement of 1 x 106 mL−1 of the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO) during most of the late lactation stages; however, the overall SCC mean was under the PMO limit. The SCC was negatively correlated with milk yield, but the correlation coefficient was not found to be significant (P > 0.05). As lactation progressed, the SCC increased and milk production decreased in primiparous and multiparous goats. The results of this paper could be useful for the development of acceptable goat milk SCC standards in Turkey.
 
 
 
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