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Articles by Gursel Dellal
Total Records ( 3 ) for Gursel Dellal
  Ali Murat Tatar , Nihat Tekel , Muhip Ozkan , Ilkay Baritci and Gursel Dellal
  In this study, it was aimed that the estimating of growth curves for live weight from birth to 12th month age in young Hair goats. For drawing growth curves, Gompertz, Logistic, Brody, Negative Exponential and Bertalanffy growth models were used. Straightness degrees of these models for growth estimate are R2 = 0.977, R2 = 0.964, R2 = 0.989, R2 = 0.974 and R2 = 0.982, respectively. It was leant on this finding reached a decision that Brody and Bertalanffy growth models are suitable for identification of variations in live weight of young Hair goats.
  Ilkay Dellal , Gulsen Keskin , Nihat Tekel and Gursel Dellal
  The aim of this study was to conduct an economic analysis and determine sustainability of sheep and goat farms in the Southeastern Anatolian Project (GAP) region of Turkey. The GAP covers 9 provinces in Southeastern of Turkey and it is an integrated socioeconomic development project of the region. One of the goal of the project is to boost the agricultural production potential of Turkey not only in terms of crop production but also animal production so as to contribute to the socioeconomic development of the region. The bulk of the data used to achieve the aims was collected from 251 farms distributed into 3 separate size groups, which were selected from farms in the research area by stratified sampling method. In the research area, it was determined that the share of milk value was 30.7% in sheep and 55.7% in goat breeding. The share of plant production value was 43.3% and animal production value was 55.7% in Gross Production Value (GPV). The biggest share was from sheep breeding (39.9%) into GPV. The percentage of agricultural income was 96.3% and non-agricultural income was 3.7% in the total household income in the studied farms.
  Gulsen Keskin , Ilkay Dellal , F. Fusun Talidil and Gursel Dellal
  Livestock farming in Turkey is generally small-scale family enterprise, carried out in the vast majority of cases. There are 25 million small ruminants in Turkey and it is an important income resource of farms. Approximately, one third of national flock (33 %) is located in South Eastern Anatolia region. In this study, it was determined that the economic size of small ruminant farms in Sanliurfa province of Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, which has the 14.6% of small ruminant number of the region and compared with EU small ruminant farms. The data, which was used in this study obtained from survey result, which was conducted by researches in Sanliurfa province and Farm Data Network System (FADN) in Europen Union (EU). According to research results, average economic size of the farms is 7.61 ESU. The ESU values of the 55% of the EU farms and 93% of the studied farms are smaller than 16 ESU. Other important differences between the studied farms and EU farms are land size and the differences between farm gross margins resulting from subsidies.
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