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Fatty acid composition of lipids of colostrum, milk and milk substitutes and its effect on production quality of fattening and growing calves



Fatty acid composition of lipids of colostrum, milk and milk substitutes and its effect on production quality of fattening and growing calves



Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 15(4): 589-591



To 3 months old 2 groups of 12 calves were given a stock diet for fattening calves or a milk substitute with dried skimmed milk 72.2, beef fat 5.0, lard 7.5, cooking fat 7.5, phosphates 5.0, lysine 1.7, starch 1.0 and vitamins and minerals 0.1% to appetite. In the milk substitute 71.85% of the fatty acids were unsaturated compared with 32.38% in 1st day colostrum and 36.68% in milk at 10 days when the calves were transferred to the milk substitute.

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