products of sheep&goat

Views:
 
Category: Education
     
 

Presentation Description

products of sheep&goat

Comments

Presentation Transcript

Products of sheep & goat:

Products of sheep & goat

PowerPoint Presentation:

According to FAO the world production of Sheep meat was 8.63 million tones and Goat meat was 4.94 million tones in 2006. India ranked seventh in sheep and second in goat meat production. India’s export of sheep/goat meat was 5481.55 mt with the valued of Rs. 63.04 crores (USD Million 13.98) in 2006-07. .

PowerPoint Presentation:

The major destinations for export of Indian sheep/goat meat are Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, Qatar, Oman and Kuwait Goat meat has no religious inhibitions and is consumed by all the religions and races in the country. Goat milk is source of cheap protein for the poor people and has medicinal properties. Goats are also major sources of leather and leather products in the country Amongst the States, Rajasthan has the maximum number of Sheep and Jammu and Kashmir has the highest number of cross bred sheep

PowerPoint Presentation:

India is the seventh largest producer of wool and contributes 1.8% to total world production. The production of indigenous raw wool in 2006-07 was 45 mn.kg. Of the total production of raw wool, 5% is apparel grade, 85% carpet grade, and 10% coarse grade. The domestic produce is not adequate, therefore, the industry is dependent on imported raw material and wool is the only natural fibre in which the country is deficient.

PowerPoint Presentation:

India is the seventh largest producer of wool and contributes 1.8% to total world production. The production of indigenous raw wool in 2006-07 was 45 mn.kg. Of the total production of raw wool, 5% is apparel grade, 85% carpet grade, and 10% coarse grade. The domestic produce is not adequate, therefore, the industry is dependent on imported raw material and wool is the only natural fibre in which the country is deficient.

PowerPoint Presentation:

Sheep meat consumption (and production) growth will be driven by China Global Sheep meat trade flows, 2007: dominated by NZ and Australia Global Lamb Exports: dominated by NZ, followed by Australia

GOAT PRODUCTS & MARKETING:

GOAT PRODUCTS & MARKETING Marketing : Goats are mostly sold in lots in livestock fairs, periodical markets and daily markets. Each goat is assessed individually by the buyer. Factors affecting the price are meat, milk yield, breed, age, sex, quality, locality and season The Govt. of India established marketing cells in the Third Five-Year Plan in various states to regulate the existing markets and organize co-operative markets to facilitate marketing of products, to make market surveys, to collect and disseminate market news, and to advise better marketing methods and adoption of grading procedures.

PowerPoint Presentation:

Chevon Milk Skin Pashmina , Mohair & Hair

      Chevon:

Chevon Goat meat has several desirable features:- It is preferred to mutton in India. The digestibility coefficient and biological value of dried goat emat are 95.2 and 60.4 per cent, respectively. It has less fat due to active disposition of the animal. It has no religious taboo. It is liked by all classes of people.

Cont…:

Cont… Its markets are well-established. Chevon is pinkish-red in colour , coarse-textured and has a characteristic goaty odour . Good quality, tender meat is obtained from 6-8 month old goats. Black Bengal & Angora chevon is considered more delicious than meat of other goats and fetches more price. Guts from goats are preserved in refined salt and exported for use as casings in sausage making

  Milk:

Milk Composition of goat milk (%) : Water 86.81, Total solids 13.19, SNF 8.17, Fat 4.17, Protein 3.75, Lactose 4.54, Ash 0.80 Goat milk protein has a digestibility coefficient of 85% and biological value of 67.5%, and contains many essential amino acids. Fat globules are small in size and hence easily assimilated, facilitating easy assimilation in children and invalids. It is rich in lactoperoxidase ( Lp ) which is effective against a variety of bacterial diseases.

PowerPoint Presentation:

Value-added Uses Goat milk is used for making cheese, yogurt and ice cream, and can be fed to other animals. Another possible dairy goat product is soap. Like dairy cow cheese, the demand for reduced-fat goat cheese has significantly increased. Because the crumbly properties of goat cheese make the reduced-fat variety similar to the original in taste and texture, some specialty cheesemakers are focusing on this niche market.

Skin:

Skin The maximum numbers of goat skins are produced in India due to an annual removal of goat of approx. 45%. The finest quality skins for the leather industry are obtained from the Black Bengal goat, and are exported to many countries, particularly to the USA, where they are mostly used in the shoe industry. Goat skins are of two types viz. Amritsar and Calcutta. The former are used as lining for shoes and the latter are used for shoe uppers.

Pashmina, Mohair & Hair:

Pashmina , Mohair & Hair Pashmina (or Pashn ) is used for production of the magnificent ring shawls of Kashmir. Mohair is the long, straight, uneven, translucent, lustrous fleece from Angora goats. It is used for making blankets, fabrics, summer suitings , linings, braids, nets, rugs, hats, decorative trimmings, bed spreads, show laces, curtains etc. Hair from common goats is used for making ropes, coarse blankets and bags.

Sheep products:

Sheep products Mutton Milk Wool Skins Persian lamb skins Dairy

Meat:

Meat The most important product we get from sheep is meat. Meat is an important component of our diets, and lamb and mutton supply us with many of the vital vitamins and proteins we need for healthy living. Lamb is the meat (flesh) from a sheep that is less than one year old. Mutton is the meat from a sheep that is over one year of age.

Wool:

Wool Wool is the product for which sheep are best known. Wool is widely used in clothing from knitwear such as socks and jumpers to cloth used for suits and costumes. It is used in the furniture trade both for making chair covers and for upholstery. Many of the better carpets produced traditionally and today are made from wool. Wool is used to fill mattresses. It is used in diverse products, such as tennis ball covers, pool table baize, and hanging basket liners. Pads made from wool can be used to soak up the oil.

Skins:

Skins Sheep skins are removed from the carcasses after slaughter. They are treated in a process called tanning and made into soft leather. The skins from hair sheep produce the highest quality leather Newly born lambs have tightly-curled, shiny, black fur. Karakul lambskin is also known as Persian lambskin or Astrakhan. It is typically used in full-fur garments, such as coats and skirts, and as trimming, edging, lining, and for accessories.

Dairy:

Dairy Sheep cheese comprises about 1.3 percent of the world's cheese production. Some of the world's most famous cheeses were originally made from sheep's milk: Roquefort, Feta, Ricotta, and Pecorina Romano. Sheep's milk is also made into yogurt, butter, and ice cream. The United States is a large importer of sheep milk cheeses.

authorStream Live Help