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Effect of feed on characteristics of cow milk fat


, : Effect of feed on characteristics of cow milk fat. Journal of the Oil Technologists' Association of India 24(3): 93-94

Feeding studies were conducted on cows with (i) concentrate mixture (10.2% CP), (ii) feed (i) containing thyroprotein, (iii) concentrate mixture (21.7% CP) and (iv) feed (iii) containing thyroprotein for 10 wk. The fresh ghee isolated from the milk of the 4 groups of cow did not show significant variation in iodine value, Reichert-Meissl value and Polenske value.

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