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SUINO MORA INHABITANT OF ROMAGNA

The Mora Inhabitant of Romagna a race native suina of the province of Ravenna that is risking to disappear: in 1949 they existed some approximately 22 mila exemplary, than they have been reduced, some year makes, less than 10 (them has conserved a breeder of Faenza miraculously, Mario Lazzari). The Mora Inhabitant of Romagna acknowledges endured, for the hair dark brown that stretches to the black one (from which the name of mora), for the particular cut to almond of the eyes and for the presence, above all in the verri, of zanne much long. With the spread of the industrial breedings be completely abandoned: perch much devout dellonnipresente Large White grows slowly and, paradoxicalally, for the greater percentage of fat person who characterizes its meat respect to others breeds lean suine. Like the much old breeds vigorous Mora, predisposed allingrassamento and much peasant one: ideal for breeding systems allaperto.

The breeding, in fact the destined part to the seminative one supplies to the cereals and the necessary leguminose to the preparation of one good alimentary formula of integrating.

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The unicit of the breeding.

"mora", one good pascolatrice, adaptable to difficult geographic conditions.
The reproduction happens to the open in all periods of the year, in how much the mora resists also to the low temperatures, finding alone the shelter place well where to give birth.

This photo be kindly supplied gives to us RARE - breeds Native to Risk of Extinction

 

we thank sig.ra the Girotto Alexia for the realization of this card

 

 

 

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