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The effect of rapeseed on the yield and chemical composition of cows' milk. II. Fatty acid composition of milk fat



The effect of rapeseed on the yield and chemical composition of cows' milk. II. Fatty acid composition of milk fat



Prace i Materiay Zootechniczne (37): 67-76



During day 1-100 of lactation, 85 cows in 4 groups were given daily 35 kg maize silage, 3 kg hay, 1 kg soyabean oilmeal and commercial concentrate according to milk without (control) or with 1.5 kg whole rapeseed throughout or only for days 1-50 or 51-100. The rapeseed contained ether extract 42%, of which 93.72% was in the form of unsaturated fatty acids (C22:1, erucic acid 53.6%).

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