عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
In this study production, reproduction, management and economic parameters obtained from 7 flocks with 600 head of native sheep were used during annual cycle of production in village systems. The economic values of traits were estimated using maximizing profit, revenue per cost and minimizing cost method. The results showed that the average profit per sheep per year, revenue per cost ratio and cost per revenue ratio for this system were 3,211,391Rials, 1.40 and 0.713, respectively. Feeding and husbandry costs represented about 64% and 20% of total cost, respectively. In maximizing profit method, average economic values (relative) of traits were 7,550.139 (1.102) Rials for survival rate, 7,630.49 (1.1143) Rials for conception rate, 7,172.632 (1.0475) Rials for lambing frequency, 6,520.575 (0.95228) Rials for lambing rate, 7,969 (0.9164) Rials for lamb survival rate to weaning, 8,150.719 (1.1903) Rials for kid survival rate to yearling, 6,847.3565 (1.00) Rials for lamb live weight at sale, -2610 (-1.93) Rials for body weight of sheep. In revenue per cost method the average economic values of aforementioned traits in all systems were 0.677, 0,683, 0.646, 0.592, 0.711, 0.726, 0.566, -0.293 respectively. The sensitivity of economic values to changes in prices of input parameters was low and to changes of prices in output parameters was high. Since the input parameters used in this study were collected from a wide range of management and climates conditions, estimated economic values could be used for designing the appropriate selection index for Kordi sheep.