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13 Maj 2007, 19:23

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Krajowe Centrum Hodowli Zwierząt w Warszawie funkcjonuje od dnia 1 stycznia 2001 roku.
Zostało utworzone na mocy Rozporządzenia Ministra Rolnictwa i Rozwoju Wsi z dnia 22 grudnia 2000 roku. Krajowe Centrum Hodowli Zwierząt jest prawnym następcą zlikwidowanej w 2000 roku Centralnej Stacji Hodowli Zwierząt w Warszawie, która została utworzona Rozporządzeniem Rady Ministrów w 1975 roku przez połączenie Wojewódzkich Stacji Oceny Zwierząt i Państwowych Zakładów Unasieniania Zwierząt w celu realizowania polityki państwa w zakresie oceny i hodowli zwierząt gospodarskich.
W okresie minionych 25 lat nadrzędnym celem prowadzonej działalności było wspieranie rozwoju hodowli i unasieniania zwierząt oraz realizacja krajowych programów hodowlanych. Systematycznie, we współpracy z ośrodkami naukowymi w Polsce i na świecie, doskonalone były metody oceny wartości użytkowej i hodowlanej zwierząt. Obecny stan hodowli zwierząt gospodarskich w kraju to wynik pracy wielu zespołów ludzi w tym pracowników Centralnej Stacji Hodowli Zwierząt i jej oddziałów terenowych.

Od chwili utworzenia w 1975 r., Centralną Stacją Hodowli Zwierząt kierowali:

- mgr inż. Bogdan Wojtulewicz

1975.11.01 - 1985.05.31

- mgr inż. Józef Pieńkowski

1985.06.01 - 1987.04.15

- inż. Waldemar Jandl

1987.04.16 - 1988.04.30

- mgr inż. Jerzy Michałowicz

1988.05.01 - 1992.12.04

- mgr inż. Marek Nagrabecki

1992.12.07 - 1994.09.14

- mgr inż. Włodzimierz Komorowski

1994.10.17 - 1998.03.02

- mgr inż. Adam Gałgański

1998.03.03 - 1998.08.15

- mgr inż. Mieczysław Robak

1998.09.14 - 1999.07.31

- mgr inż. Zbigniew Kossowski

1999.08.01 - 2000.12.31


Od chwili utworzenia w 2001 r., Krajowym Centrum Hodowli Zwierząt kierowali:
- mgr inż. Zbigniew Kossowski2000.12.31 - 2001.11.21
- mgr inż. Aleksander Merecki2001.11.23 - 2006.01.31
- mgr inż. Leszek Sobolewski2006.01.31 - obecnie Dyrektor KCHZ

  


About Company


 The National Animal Breeding Centre (KCHZ) is a state organization established in the year 2000 as result of the reorganization of the Central Animal Breeding Office founded in 1975. The Central Animal Breeding Office was also a state institution, responsible for the breeding of all farm animals in Poland. It conducted animal performance tests, kept herd books, carried out breeding programmes, owned milk blood testing laboratories and AI Stations, and maintained a cattle data base.

Due to political and economic changes, amendments in breeding law were introduced. As a result, breeders have increasing responsibility for more breeding tasks, and AI Stations were changed into Limited Companies owned by the government and then privatized.
At present the National Animal Breeding Centre is a state entity carrying out work commissioned by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development.
  
Control of activity connected with livestock breeding and reproduction
Controls are conducted in entities authorized by the minister of agriculture to carry out animal recording, perform genetic evaluations, protect genetic resources and keep herd books or registers for cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, horses, poultry, bees and fur animals. Controls are performed in breeding units authorized by the minister for semen acquisition, storage and delivery. KCHZ also controls breeding documents required for trade purposes in entities authorized to store and deliver semen.
Controls are also performed in units receiving state subsidies for herd-book keeping and animal recording.

The Milk Reference Laboratory of the National Animal Breeding Centre (LOM KCHZ LR - Laboratorium Oceny Mleka KCHZ Laboratorium Refrencyjne)
LOM KCHZ LR was designed as a reference laboratory for determination of fat content. 
Using reference methods it prepares reference materials, i.e. calibration samples and calibration sets for laboratories which evaluate raw milk. 
The laboratory organizes interlaboratory ring-tests for fat based on standards PN-EN ISO/IEC 17043:2011'Conformity assessment; General requirements for proficiency testing' and ISO 13528:2005 ‘Statistical methods for use in proficiency testing by interlaboratory comparisons'.
It also provides services for dairies and uses instrumental methods to perform microbiological and physicochemical analysis of bulk milk as well as inhibitors and antibiotics in milk.
The Laboratory has implemented a quality system in accordance with the standard PN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005. It has been accredited by the Polish Accreditation Centre (PCA) and has received the ICAR Certificate of Quality.
To improve the quality of its work, the laboratory participates in many national and international interlaboratory ring tests conducted by ICAR, CACAILAIT, the Laboratory of the National Veterinary Research Institute in Puławy, and LOM KCHZ LR.
 
Animal recording and breeding value evaluation of fur animals and bees
The National Animal Breeding Center is authorized by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural development to conduct animal recording and to keep herd books of fur animals and bees. 
Fur animals
In 2014 a total of 47,000 females and 11,000 males from 319 herds were subject to animal recording and breeding value evaluation. These included foxes, arctic foxes, minks, polecats, coypu, chinchillas and rabbits.
KCHZ cooperates with the National Research Institute for Animal Production and breeders of White Neck and Pastel foxes, polecats, Popielno White rabbit, Beige chinchilla and coypu within animal resources programmes.
Bees
In 2014 animal recording and breeding value evaluation were conducted in a total of 155 apiaries, 50 of which were evaluated by the stationary method and the remainder in the field. 
2,086 honeybee queens from 64 lines were evaluated in stations.
1,443 honeybee queens from 139 test groups were evaluated in the field.
For herd book purposes, the breed of the bees is determined on the basis of wing morphology analysed with Skrzydlak software.

 

 

 

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