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Monograph on Patanwadi sheep of Gujarat

P. O. Dave

Monograph on Patanwadi sheep of Gujarat

by P. O. Dave

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Published by Directorate of Animal Husbandry, Gujarat State in Ahmedabad .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Gujarat.
    • Subjects:
    • Gujarati sheep.,
    • Sheep -- India -- Gujarat.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 63-65.

      StatementP.O. Dave.
      SeriesTechnical bulletin / Directorate of Animal Husbandry, Gujarat State, Technical bulletin (Gujarat (India). Directorate of Animal Husbandry)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSF373.G84 D38
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 65 4 p. of plates :
      Number of Pages65
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4245910M
      LC Control Number80902246

      - Sheep graze on grass & herbs. - Farm waste, mineral mixture, oil cake and other cattle feeds can also be given. - High Quality soft wool shahtoosh is obtamed from the animal chiru - A sheep lives for about 13 years. Breeding of Sheep: Sheep begin breeding at the age of about two years & then have young ones every year. Most of these breeds are from ancestral stock found in Afghanistan, Baluchistan and the Sind region. Hence, it is not surprising to know that one of the important breeds of Indian sheep and goat are found in Gujarat and specifically in the Kutch. The Patanwadi sheep .

      The ICAR-Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute (ICAR-CSWRI) is an Indian Council of Agricultural Research subsidiary commissioned for research, training and extension activities related to sheep and rabbits. The Institute is an autonomous body and is sponsored by the Department of Agricultural Research and Education (DARE), Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India. Integrated farming including crops, livestock, horticulture and fisheries should be promoted among poor farmers and multiple income generating activit.

      Bharat Merino Sheep: Bharat Merino sheep developed by crossbreeding indigenous Chokla and Nali sheep with Rambouillet and Merino rams and stabilised at 75% exotic inheritance has the potential as an import substitute for exotic fine wool inheritance. The annual greasy wool production is kg with fibre diameter of 19‑20 microns, medullation less than one percent and staple length in. The Patanwadi rams were procured from Ahmedabad, Gujarat due to their higher body weight and preference of migratory sheep farmers. The semen from Patanwadi rams (n=2) was collected using artificial vagina and evaluated in semen lab of the institute.


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Monograph on Patanwadi sheep of Gujarat by P. O. Dave Download PDF EPUB FB2

Monograph on Patanwadi sheep of Gujarat. By P.O. Dave and Ahmedabad (India) Gujarat Directorate of Animal Husbandry. Topics: BREEDS (ANIMALS), SHEEP, GROWTH, WOOL.

Patanwadi Sheep Breed: The following article describes the Patanwadi sheep breed. Distribution: The Patanwadi (also called Desi, Kutchi, Kathiawari, Vadhiyari and Charotari) is found in the coastal plains of the Saurashtra and Kutch regions of Gujarat, and the sandy loamy areas of Patan, Panch Mahals and Mehsana districts of Gujarat.

Abstract. India is rich in sheep biodiversity. Patanwadi, Marwari and Dumba are three important breeds of Gujarat. Dumba is a pastoralist breed with a majestic look, which is extensively used for crossbreeding with Patanwadi and Marwari ewes.

Microsatellites were used to ascertain genetic variability, bottleneck and population structure using 20 microsatellite by: 8. Patanwadi, Marwari and Dumba are three important sheep breeds of Gujarat. Patanwadi sheep are medium- to large-sized animals, with white coat and brown face and legs, mainly distributed in Patan, Mehsana, Surendranagar, Rajkot and Jamnagar districts of Gujarat.

The majority of them are by: 8. Patanwadi, Marwari and Dumba are three important breeds of Gujarat. Dumba is a pastoralist breed with a majestic look, which is extensively used for crossbreeding with Patanwadi and Marwari ewes. Dave, P.O. Monograph on Patanwadi sheep of Gujarat. Technical bulletin, Directorate of Animal Husbandry, Gujarat State, Ahmedabad.

Dhawan, S.K. Studies on the growth rate of crossbred lambs of Russian Merino ram with Marwari ewes in comparison with Marwari lambs. Wool & Woollens of India 33– Patanwadi Sheep Breed: The following article describes the Patanwadi sheep breed.

Distribution: The Patanwadi (also called Desi, Kutchi, Kathiawari, Vadhiyari and Charotari) is found in the. Sheep with its multi-facet utility for wool, meat, milk, skins and manure, 30 Patanwadi Gujarat 31 Poonchi Jammu and Kashmir 32 Pugal Rajasthan *as per Breed Survey Book i. From the above chart it is clear that out of the total Sheep population of.

and Gujarat, you can see shepherds taking their herds of sheep for grazing. Sheep are herbivores and prefer grass and leaves. Apart from grazing sheep, rearers also feed them on a mixture of pulses, corn, jowar, oil cakes (material left after taking out oil from seeds) and minerals.

In winter, sheep are kept indoors and fed on leaves, grain and Missing: Monograph. As per livestock census -Gujarat bears lacs sheep. More than 70% of sheep & goats are reared by small/marginal farmers and landless labourers. Major portion of sheep population is in There are three breeds of sheep viz ;Patanwadi, Marwadi and Duma in the state.

PATANWADI The breed is well known for Roman nose character, brown. and Gujarat, you can see shepherds taking their herds of sheep for grazing. Sheep are herbivores and prefer grass and leaves. Apart from grazing sheep, rearers also feed them on a mixture of pulses, corn, jowar, oil cakes (material left after taking out oil from seeds) and minerals.

In winter, sheep are kept indoors and fed on leaves, grain and. Overall means for body weights at birth, three, six and twelve months were, and kg, respectively in GMM X Patanwadi crosses.

The improved and proven technology will be delivered at the farmers’ door step to enhance his economic returns per unit of sheep for livelihood g: Monograph.

Patanwadi sheep of Kutch Penning, an age old practice, is on a decline due to an increase in use of synthetic fertilisers as well as the rapid spread of Prosopis Juliflora, an invasive woody specie; Prosopis Juliflora pods ingested by sheep and goats undergo scarification and spread Prosopis faster, an event that no farmer takes a liking for.

Population of Gujarat State Comparision with India 1 Livestock Population, Gujarat State, & 2 Veterinary Services and Animal Health 4 Cattle and Buffalo Development 4 Poultry Development 5 Sheep, Goat and Wool Development 6 Fodder Development 7. Skin biopsies were collected from birth to one year of age from 10 Patanwadi and 10 Marwari sheep.

The follicle depth and chord stabilized at six months and were significantly higher in Marwari than in Patanwadi lambs.

However, follicle curvature index (Fci) stabilised at four months and was higher in Patanwadi lambs. The follicle density decreased with increase in age and was higher in the. In cm-diameter skin biopsy samples taken from the side of 40 Marwadi and 40 Patanwadi sheep, the length, diameter and volume of the medullary cavity of the medullated follicle fibres were significantly greater in Marwadi than in Patanwadi sheep.

The values of these characteristics increased with age in both breeds. The intensity of medullation was higher in Marwadi than in Patanwadi sheep. Some breeds of sheep are selectively reared.

This means that their parents are chosen for their special characteristics to give birth to them. The Nali and Lohi breeds are found in Rajasthan and Punjab, the Rampur bushair in Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh, and the Bakharwal in Jammu and Kashmir.

Gujarat breeds the Marwari and Patanwadi sheep. Sheep are mostly reared for wool and meat. Sheep skins and manure constitute important sources of earning, the latter particularly in southern India.

Milk from sheep is of limited importance and that too in very limited areas of Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan and Gujarat. Indian sheep are not regarded as dairy sheep. A large proportion of sheep and goats (more particularly the latter) are of nondescript or mixed breeds.

Among the Indian sheep breeds, the most important in number and distribution are Marwari and Deccani. The Marwari covers the greater part of the arid northwestern region, in both Rajasthan and Gujarat. The country has about 40 breeds of sheep out of which 24 are distinct.

They vary from the non-woolly breeds of sheep in the Southern Peninsular region mainly kept for mutton and manure to the reasonably fair apparel wool breeds of the Northern temperate region. Chokla, Nali, Magra, Jaisalmeri, Pugal, Patanwadi, Tibetan, Bonpala, Gaddi. Genetic Variants of beta-lactoglobulin gene in Garole, Malpura, Patanwadi and their crossbred sheep Article (PDF Available) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

20) Marwari breed of sheep produces ___-? a) Good quality wool. b) Brown fleece. c) Carpet wool. d) Coarse wool. Show Answer. d) Coarse wool. 21) Patanwadi sheep are found in ____? a) Haryana. b) Rajasthan. c) Jammu and Kashmir.

d) Gujarat. Show Answer. d) Gujarat. 22) The process by which fleece along with thin layer of skin is removed from. Sheep are herbivores and prefer to eat grass and leaves.

So, shepherds take the herds of sheep to countryside for grazing. Apart from grazing grass, the sheep are also fed mixture of pulses, corn, jowar, oil cakes (oil cake is the material left after the extraction of oil from oil-seeds), and g: Monograph.