STUDIES CONCERNING THE KEY COW MILK PRODUCTION INDICATORS ON THE OFFICIAL CONTROL OF PRODUCTION IN ROMANIA
M. Vladu, V. Băcilă, C. Şonea, Annamaria Băcilă
The paper scope is to reveal quality of raw milk production obtained in cows farms at national level based on the main technological indicators: average productivity per head, average of fat and protein, average lactation and service period and also the milking cows effective primiparous and multiparous. The values of these indicators is relevant for processing industry and also for the farmers due they influence destination and yield of products obtained in direct correlation with economic results of raw material processing. The study is a statistical one considering only effectives registered in the COP in 30.09.2008. The study revealed that largest milking cows effective is recorded in region 7 where is finding 25,61% of the national effective. At the opposite is situated region 8 with only 1,43% of the national effective. The studied indicators presented variations which sometimes is significant and was observed that they vary independent, registering heterogeneous values.
Key words: cattle population, milk, production, fat, protein