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Küçükbaş Hayvan Yetiştiriciliğinde Elektronik Tanımlama Sistemlerinin Önemi ve Kullanımı Olanakları

Yıl 2016, Cilt 57, Sayı 2, 42 - 56, 30.07.2016

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Hayvanların doğru ve kalıcı olarak tanımlanması, izleme sistemlerinin temeldir. Radyo frekansları ile çalışan pasif transponderler kullanılarak hayvanların elektronik olarak tanımlanması, küçükbaş hayvanların daha kolay izlenmesini sağlamaktadır. Bu durum, hayvan hareketlerini ve bilgi yönetimini daha kolay hale getirebilir. Koyun-keçiler için rumen bolüsleri, elektronik kulak numaraları ve enjekte edilebilen transponderlerin de bulunduğu farklı tanımlama aygıtlarının etkinliği araştırılmaktadır. Bazı çalışmalarda kullanılan düğme şeklindeki plastik kulak numarası ve doğru tasarlanmış bolüsler, koyun-keçi ırklarına bağlı olarak hayvanın performansını ve yasal tanımlamaları yerine getirememektedir. Bununla birlikle, yetiştiricilere bu konuda bazı öneriler yapabilmek için daha büyük koyun-keçi sürülerinde farklı tanımlama aygıtlarının performanslarını karşılaştıran çalışmalara ihtiyaç vardır. Sonuç olarak işletmenin üretim sistemi ve izleme yönteminin maliyeti, tanımlama sisteminin seçiminde daha önemli nedenlerdir. 

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Kaynakça

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