|name of the project||Production of semi-fine wool and young mutton using the genetic potential of crossbred sheep from Western Kazakhstan|
|Applicant||“Zhangir Khan West Kazakhstan Agrarian and Technical University” NJSC|
|Private Partner||“Kuanysh” farming company|
|Place of sale (city/region)||West Kazakhstan|
|Industry||Agro-industrial complex and processing of agricultural raw materials|
|Objective of the project||Production of semi fine wool to supply high-quality raw materials to the textile industry and sales of young lamb to supply the populace with a highly nutrient-dense product.|
|Project Description||A breeding experimental farm of Zhangir Khan West Kazakhstan Agrarian and Technical University has developed factory lines of long and thick woolen animals as a result of deliberate breeding and pedigree work to enhance the genetic potential of semifine wool sheep of the Akzhaik meat-woolen breed. When it comes to producing high-quality crossbred wool, which is used for knitwear, diagonal wool, technical fleece, special purpose fabrics, carpets, and rugs, Akzhaik sheep’s homogeneous semi-fine wool is unmatched.|
|List of products sold with prices||Wool – 35,500 tg per 1 cwt;
Sheep under the age of 1 year – 40,000 tenge per 1 livestock;
Breeding sheep – 50,000 tenge per 1 livestock.
|Project team (full name)||1. Baluash Bakishevich Traisov (project manager);
2. Gulshat Amangeldievna Ayesheva (commercialization specialist);
3. Darkhan Bakytbekovich Smagulov (zootechnician-breeder);
4. Kairly Gusmangalievich Esengaliyev (zooengineer);
5. Bolatkali Tulebayev (wool technologist);
6. Bekzhasar Mustakapovich Sidikhov (meat technologist).