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Articles by Adil Akyuz
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  Adil Akyuz
  Environmental conditions of commercial broiler house, such as temperature, relative humidity and lightening, on the performance of broiler in winter and summer months in Kahramanmaras province was determined in this experiment. After 42 days of rearing period average of temperature, relative humidity and light intensity of poultry house were measured in summer months 30.56-26.60°C, 32.22-49.33% and 55.1 wat m-2 in winter months 29.5-13.93°C, 67.55-79.15% and 49.33 watt m-2, respectively. Lost of live weight was found to be 23 and 58.9% in summer and in winter months, respectively. As a result insufficient poultry house environmental conditions were detected in broiler enterprise which reduces the economic efficiency of enterprise.
  Adil Akyuz , Sedat Boyaci and Ali Cayli
  The aim of this study was carried out to determine the critical periods of year for dairy cows using the temperature humidity index. The 30 dairy cows were housed in tie-stall barns in Kahramanmaras, Turkey. The dairy cows slightly experienced the heat stress during time from mid May and the end of October. Farmers should take measurements when the THI is above 72 during the summer months to prevent the losses in milk production and changes in milk composition, milk somatic cell counts and mastitis frequencies.
  Adil Akyuz and Sedat Boyaci
  The aim of this study was carried out to determine the heat and humidity balance for one of broiler houses as an example of the broiler house based on the traditional poultry production systems in Kahramanmaras, Turkey. In the first period in February and March, inside temperature of broiler house was lower than the optimal temperature whereas inside relative humidity of broiler house was close to the optimum relative humidity level. In the second period in August and September inside temperature of broiler house at 2nd week was close to the optimal temperature whereas the inside temperature of broiler house at 3-7 weeks was higher than the optimal temperature. On the other hand, inside relative humidity of broiler house at 3-7 weeks of second period was lower than the optimum relative humidity level. In the first period in February and March sensible heat dissipated by broiler was ranged from 1.20-4.50 kcal h-1, moisture from 1.30 -4.20 g h-1 and net heat output through the structural elements from 8.40-14.00 kcal m-2 °C. In the second period in August and September, Sensible heat dissipated by broiler was ranged from 0.80-4.50 kcal h-1, Moisture from 0.80-4.20 g h-1 and the net heat output through the structural elements from 1.10-3.80 kcalm-2°C. Although, there is need for supplementary heat during the first period in February and March there is no need for supplementary heat during the first period in August and September for poultry house in Kahramanmaras, Turkey.
  Adil Akyuz , Yunus Ozturk and Atilgan Atilgan
  Meat and milk production, which is the main source of human nutritions, can be significantly increased provided that animals are accommodated in barns designed based on the project criteria. Factors such as climate, construction system, construction materials and breeding types should be considered in planning animal barns. In this study, present situation of barns of beef and dairy cattle enterprises in the Van region, where most of people gain their income from animal farming, was determined and the possibilities to improve these barns were investigated. Also appropriate barn design criteria suitable to climatical conditions of the region was determined and was found that long side of the barns should be positioned in the north-south direction for natural aeration, which is one of the most significant environmental factors, of the barns.
 
 
 
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