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The effect of fish meal supplementation on milk yield and its composition in Egyptian buffaloes and Friesian cows



The effect of fish meal supplementation on milk yield and its composition in Egyptian buffaloes and Friesian cows



Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 39(3): 127-144



The effects of feeding rations supplemented with fish meal upon milk yield and composition were studied in 8 Egyptian buffaloes (average weight 500 kg) and 7 Friesian cows (average weight 500 kg), all of which were in their 3rd lactation. The buffaloes and cows were randomly assigned to treatment and control groups and the 4 buffaloes and 4 cows in the treatment groups received rations supplemented with 500 g fish meal/day for 15 weeks.

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