While sheep milk production in Turkey was 48.6 million in 1980, this number decreased to 25 million in 2018. Sheep breeding for 39 years has seen a significant decline in these years. Especially in the last two years, the number of sheep breeding has decreased further and the milk production in the sheep sector has decreased in our country.
where the market rate of 892,000 tonnes of sheep's milk, sheep's milk production in Turkey, which is scheduled to meet 6% of milk sold at market rates. Sheep milk production is the production of milk obtained from fans after weeping offspring of sheep. After lambs and sheep have been weaned for a long period of breastfeeding, milking starts. Farmers milking their sheep sell their milk to dairies at cheap prices or obtain cheese. In the last few years, many dairy production facilities have been established and established pasture areas have been established. In these commodity fields, it was seen that the enterprises that process and market milk make a profit. Plant owners who could not find sufficient pasture and pasture areas were shut down because the factories and farmers could not get enough yield. The biggest reason that sheep milk does not come to the forefront in our country is that the produced column is not sold at an affordable price and does not find enough market places. Therefore, the price of sheep's milk is very low.
What are the benefits of sheep's milk? Sheep milk has high protein and calcium content. Sheep's milk is also a very suitable animal food for yoghurt and cheese making. The cheese obtained from sheep's milk is known as white cheese in the market. The yogurt made from this milk is darker than the yogurt of cow's milk. Sheep milk provides 197.72 g of water, 265 calories, 14.65 g of protein, 17.15 g of total lipid oil, 2.35 g of ash and 13.13 g of carbohydrates. Same amount, 72.50% DV Vitamin, 66.92% Vitamin B2, 55.29% phosphorus, 51.99% vV valine, 49.525% isoleucine, 49% total lipid oil, 47.30% DV of calcium , 46.82% DV tryptophan, 38.91% DV leucine, 37.59% lysine, 37.33% DV trinine, 33.20% DV histidine, 29.30% DV protein, 19.94% DV vitamin B5, 15.43% of vitamin A, 13.25% of vitamin D, 12.56% of DV copper, 12% of zinc, 11.44% of DV vitamin C, 11.31% of Vitamin B6, 10.48% of DV magnesium and% 10.10 carbohydrate contains many minerals and nutritional values such as DV. Sheep Milk and Health
Sheep's milk promotes immunity. It increases immunity and provides bone and mineral density in preventing cancer, improving reproductive health. It regulates cholesterol and facilitates digestion. It is rich in calcium. Sheep's milk contains plenty of vitamins A, B and E. It is very important in terms of cell and bone tissue of our body. It also helps to reduce stress and protect heart health. Supports digestion. Protects against microbial infections and treats diarrhea. We can also use diseases such as tooth decay and blood pressure as a treatment.