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Ekonomika poljoprivrede
2016, vol. 63, br. 1, str. 61-70
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 06/05/2016
doi: 10.5937/ekoPolj1601061P
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Mitarenje brojlerskih roditelja uslov za ekonomsku opravdanost nastavka proizvodnje
aThe High School of Agricultural-nutritional by Professional Studies, Prokuplje
bUniverzitet u Prištini sa privremenim sedištem u Kosovskoj Mitrovici, Poljoprivredni fakultet, Lešak

e-adresa: batta.pesic@gmail.com, nikola.stolic@gmail.com, bozidar.milosevic@pr.ac.rs, spasic.zvonko@pr.ac.rs

Sažetak

Metod veštačkog prekidanja procesa proizvodnje kod kokošaka, brojlerskih roditelja, danas poznatiji pod nazivom mitarenje, veoma se često koristi poslednjih godina kao jedan od mogićih opravdanih koraka prilikom donošenja odluke o isplatljivosti nastavka eksploatacije brojlerskih roditelja nakon redovnog procesa proizvodnje. Cilj ovih istraživanja bio je ispitivanje ekonomske isplativosti mitarenih kokoši-brojlerskih roditelja, a u toku jednog eksplatacionog perioda.Istraživanjem su bila obuhvaćena grla teškog linijskih hibrida COBB 500. Životinje u objektu bile su izložene istim mikroklimatskim uslovima, sa identičnim pozicijama u odnosu na svetlost, ventilaciju, vodu, hranu i sistem za izđubrivanje. Analizom utroška hrane po proizvedenom jajetu uočava se da roditelji nosilje u toku procesa mitarenja konzumiraju više hrane za 43% u odnosu na nosilje hranjene u redovnom ciklusu proizvodnje. Ostvareni prihod je za 2,54% veći nakon obračuna kod mitarenih kokošaka u odnosu na redovan ciklus proizvodnje.Ekonomski pokazatelji proizvodnje jaja nakon mitarenja pokazuju opravdanost primene ove biološko-tehnološke operacije, obzirom da neto prihod po useljenoj kokoški isti prihod u redovnom procesu proizvodnje.

Ključne reči

mitarenje; brojlerski roditelji; nosivost; pilići; ekonomičnost

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