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El Chato vitoriano

ORIVE PEDRUZO, José Ramón (1999) El Chato vitoriano. Inx: Galtzorian diren Euskal Herriko arraza autoktonak = Razas autóctonas en peligro de extinción de Euskal Herria = Races autochtones en voie d'extinction d'Euskal Herria. Naturzale. Cuadernos de Ciencias Naturales (14). Eusko Ikaskuntza, pp. 171-174. ISBN 84-89516-92-8

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Abstract

The Chato vitoriano race of pigs proceeds from the Celtic Trunk. Its area of distribution encompasses the Cantabrian area and zones of Navarre, La Rioja and Castile and Leon, this meaning more than 5% of the breeding census existing in the State in 1955. The Chato vitoriano was a pig which transformed the agrarian products that resulted from the exploitation of meat and fats destined for family consumption, obtaining some good indices in the fattening and meat yield tests. Their total extinction, occurred in the sixties,was due to the change of the nutritional mores, when preference was given to lean meat consumption, which meant the introduction of other races that absorbed our Chato vitoriano.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information:Continuación de cuadernos de Sección. Ciencias Naturales
Uncontrolled Keywords:Ganado porcino; Razas; Álava-Araba; Vitoria-Gasteiz
Subjects:Life Sciences > Animal Biology (Zoology)
Life Sciences > Anthropology (physical)
ID Code:7312
Last Modified:11 May 2011 16:44
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