Lactation performance in Holstein first-calf heifers in the new biotope in Akmolinsk
region of Kazakhstan is rather high and is as follows: milk yield for 305 days of lactation is 6,627 kg in Canadian heifers and 6,488 kg in animals of own reproduction.
In 1824, Siberian Cossacks from Omsk founded a fortress on the upper Ishim River named Akmolinsk
, which is known today as Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan.
rubripes Shumakov, 1949 E of Central Kazakstan: Karaganda, Akmolinsk
(87) Near Akmolinsk
ITL (Raisa L'vovna Volynskaia [Vospominaniia], Memorial Society, Moscow f.
The same dictionary also referred to Russia's "Middle Asian possessions" (Sredneaziatskie vladeniid), a concept that united the northern territories of the Kazakh steppe along the borders of the Ural, Turgai, Akmolinsk
, and Semipalatinsk regions, with its southern part (the Semirech'e and Syrdar'ia regions), along with the Samarkand and Fergana regions, Khiva, and Bukhara.
In August 1906, for example, Grigorii Viacheslavovich Glinka, the director of the Resettlement Administration's parent organization, offered assisted passage and a housing loan of up to 165 rubles to a peasant who had requested state assistance in resettling to Akmolinsk
in return for the peasant's "willing[ness] to be sent next spring ...
(96) The situation in the steppe was particularly complicated, with considerable fragmentation of authority: after 1881, with the abolition of the Orenburg and West Siberian governor-generalships, the Stepnoi krai was created, comprising the Ural'sk, Turgai, Akmolinsk
, Semipalatinsk, and (until 1898-99) Semirech'e oblasts, with military governors under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of the Interior.