Camelia Zoia Zamfir

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RESEARCHES REGARDING THE FATTENING OF KIDS IN INTENSIVEE AND SEMI-INTENSIVEE SYSTEM

Camelia Zoia Zamfir, Ana Enciu, Maria Stanciu, Daniela Jitariu, Carmen Ana Pivodă, Maria Sauer

Abstract
Due to the increasing interest in the world for the kid meat we intend to optimize the technology of fattening the lambs and to obtain the improvement of the carcasses through the use of the industrial crossbreeding of the Carpathian breed with Boer breed. It was done the fattening in intensive system of 100 days, structured in 3 stages? accommodation, proper fattening and finishing; or semi-intensive fattening of 200 days structured in 3 stages? 1st stage - Stable-staying, divided into two periods, accommodation and growing and fattening; 2nd stage - Grazing, divided into accommodation and growing and fattening; 3rd stage - Stable - staying divided into accommodation and finishing. At the fattening of kids in semi-intensive system in the beginning of the experiment the two lots had similar average body weights but in the end of the fattening it is emphasized a difference of the body weight which is bigger with 15% at the lot of Boer x Carpathian crossbred kids besides the lot of Carpathian kids, obtaining bigger dimensions of the carcasses at Boer x Carpathian kids. There were obtained higher values of the slaughtering output at the Boer x Carpathian crossbred kids, besides of those of kids of Carpathian breed. By cutting the carcasses from the goat youth fattened in semi-intensive system, on graze and in stable, at the experimental lots, with Boer x Carpathians crossbreds registered higher slaughtering and commercial outputs comparative to those made by Carpathian kids.

Key words: fattening, intensive system, accommodation, finish