Jom Bersama Hamas & Rakyat Palestin

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Jun 30, 2008

Jamnapari ...Penjelasan Lanjut


Jamnapari is originated from the frontier of India and Pakistan, it has been imported from India to Indonesia since 1953. After years of breeding, Jamnapari has become the highest quality breed in Indonesia.

Jamnapari is famous for its large and graceful body. It has long ears and thick fur on rumps. Male Jamnapari is weighted up to 120 kg while the female is up to 90 kg. Though they are large in size, they are mild in nature. They like idling around the barn, looking for water and food.

High Reproduction Rate

Male Jamnapari is sexually strong and can copulate with female frequently. Female Jamnapari will give birth to one kid and 2 to 4 kids can be born after the first kidding. Jamnapari can be used to cross breed with the local goat and give birth to a stronger breed, which can grow up to the local goat's weight after only three months.

Suitable For Tropical Weather

Originated from India, the cultivation of Jamnapari has been a huge success in Indonesia. Jamnapari is less prone to sickness in tropical countries and it's not necessary to give them any injection. Even if they catch a flu, all they need is an antibiotic. Malaysia being in the same region as Indonesia have very similar climate to Indonesia, making it a suitable place to raise Jamnapari.

Cultivation Tips For Jamnapari

The maximum period of cultivation for the Jamnapari is five years, and an assortment of grass would serve as the primary food source. Complete nutritional requirement can be met with dietary supplements. One meal a day would be sufficed. Artificial feed is inexpensive, amounting to a few tenths of Malaysian cents. In terms of water, all that is required is sufficient supply and proper placement to ensure hygiene.

Jamnapari is best kept in wooden barns of 40' x 100' with concrete pillars. Barn cleanliness is a key factor in preventing diseases. Barn floors should be washed daily with water jets. Excreta drop in between cavities of floor wood planks should be clean up promptly to prevent germs.

More On Breeding Of Jamnapari

In order to produce high quality breeds, the breeding pairs should be given special care. The male should be separated from the others so that it becomes more docile and easy to tame. Other than that, the feed's quality and quantity is also important. Males for breeding required a more varied assortment of nutrition.

Males for breeding are typically between 1-5 years. The female breeder's age and history of pregnancy affects reproductive ability much more clearly. The number of pubs produced increase with number of times pregnant, and stabilizes after the fourth pregnancy. However, this number decreases after five years of age. Therefore, pregnancy rate and pub survivor rate is the highest for 1-4 years old Jamnapari, and is the peak period for breeding.

Kids should be separated from the mother one week after birth, and fed manually four times a day. The separation helps the mother to return to the next ovulation period faster. In this manner, the mother's frequency can increase from three times in two years, to five in three - thus greatly increasing productivity.

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