Buzağı Yetiştiriciliğinde Buzağı Barınaklarının Önemi /The Importance of Stall in the Rearing Calf

Selçuk Özyürek, Rıdvan Koçyiğit, Naci Tüzemen
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Özet: Buzağı yetiştiriciliğinde bakım, besleme, çevre şartları, sağlık hizmetleri, barınak ve hijyen gibi konular oldukça önemli faktörler arasındadır. Buzağıların sağlıklı büyümesini ve gelişmesini sağlamak için bulundukları ortam önemlidir. Buzağı barınaklarında olması gereken en önemli şartlar; kuru bir zemin, cereyansız havalandırma, yem ve suya rahat erişim, kolay temizleme imkanının olması, hijyenik ortam, hareket serbestliği, stressiz ortamın teminidir. Son yıllarda birçok firma ahşap, plastik ve metal başta olmak üzere değişik malzemelerden farklı tip ve ölçülerde farklı havalandırma sistemlerine sahip barınaklar yapmaktadır. Bu çalışma ile buzağılarda mortalite ve morbidite kayıplarını azaltmak ve buzağılardan optimum gelişme sağlamak amacıyla buzağı barınak arasındaki ilişkiyi inceleyen çalışmaları derlemek amaçlanmıştır.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Buzağı, Barınak, Kulübe, HijyenAbstract: In the rearing calvesnursing, nutrition, environmental conditions, health services, shelter and hygiene are very important issues factors. In which the environment is important to ensure healthy growth and development of calves. In the Calf shelters the most important conditions that must be the dry ground, draft-free ventilation, easy access to feed and water, is the possibility of easy cleaning, hygienic environment, freedem of movement, stress-free environment supply. In recent years, many companies make of the wood, plastic and metal as well as other materials of different types and sizes, into which shelters with different ventilation systems. With this study ıt is purposed to compile that studies on the relationship between calf housing for reduce morbidity, mortality and optimal development of calves.

Key words: Calf, Stall, Hutch, Hygiene


Anahtar kelimeler


Buzağı, Barınak, Kulübe, Hijyen

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