Uzbekistan Raises Karakul sheep breeding
      The state subsidy in Uzbekistan for each unit of Karakul skins produced and sold for export will be 50 thousand soms ($5,6US), for each unit of Karakul fur -75 thousand soms ($8,4US). This is stated in the decree of the President of the Republic Shavkat Mirziyoyev "On measures for the integrated development of the Karakul industry".
     The document aims to increase the number of sheep of Karakul breed and further increase the production of Karakul products.
As one of the measures, it is proposed to create a Fund for the development of Karakul, which will provide financial support for breeding activities. It is planned to allocate 50 billion soms ($5.6 million US) of budget funds for seven years with a return without interest.
At The Dagestan Pastures

    Vasily Serdyukov, head of the marketing depatment of the National Association of sheep breeders visited leading breeding farms of the Dagestan mountain sheep breed - "Tchoch" and "Sogratl". These farms are the originators of the breed. To date, breeding work is aimed at increasing the productivity of sheep and the quality of products, which is wool and meat.

Vasily Serdyukov, together with A. Khozhokov, member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of sheep breeders, representative of the NASB in the Republic of Dagestan, and also heads and leading specialists of agricultural companies, examined the number of lambs obtained in 2019 from ewes of the Dagestan mountain sheep and rams of Russian meat Merinos from Stavropol breeding plants. The objective of the experiment is the study of the adaptive qualities of crossbred young sheep to the conditions of the mountain-pasture system of management of sheep, increasing mutton production from each of the ewes and quality of manufactured wool.
    Sheep breeders from “Sogratl” explained that the young livestock alone went up into the mountain, and, without getting concentrated feed after weaning, gained weight from 22 to 32 kg.
   In "Tchoch" they examined the exhibition sheep livestock, which in October will participate in the Russian Agro-industrial exhibition “Golden autumn”. By all accounts, the animals are in good shape and are ready to present Dagestan sheep breeding at the main agricultural exhibition of the country.

Lamb In Iran

    Every year on the eve of the Kurban Bayram holiday in Iran lamb becomes more expensive.
This was stated by the Chairman of the Iranian Association of lamb manufacturers, Ali Asghar Maliki.
According to him, currently lamb is sold to shops at a price of 930-940 thousand riyals per kilogram (at the official rate – 22,1 – 22,3 USD) and sold to the consumer for 1,03 – 1,05 million riyals (at the official rate – 24,5 - 25 USD)

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