Factors Affecting Milk Production in Anatolian Buffalo Herds in Samsun Province of Turkey

Ercan Bayram, Savaş Atasever


The aim of this study was to determine the relations of some affecting factors with milk production in Anatolian buffalo enterprises in Samsun province, Turkey. The questionnaires were applied by interviews to thirty nine buffalo farmers those selected by random sampling method. Effects of experience (EF) and education level (EL) of farmer, number of milking animal (NM), concentrate feeding application (CF), weaning period (WP), milking frequency per day (MP), udder disinfection premilking (UDP) on daily milk yield (DMY) were found to be insignificant. Further studies including more factors and data might be suggested to reveal detailed information between farm practices and milk production in water buffaloes.


Buffalo; Husbandry; Environmental factor; Herd management; Milk production

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24925/turjaf.v8i6.1369-1372.3376

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ISSN: 2148-127X

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