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Effect of grape pomace rich in flavonoids and antioxidants on production parameters in dairy production


, : Effect of grape pomace rich in flavonoids and antioxidants on production parameters in dairy production. Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences 13(supplement 1): 535-538

The objectives of this study were to examine the effect of grape pomace on milk yield, milk composition and cell counts in dairy cattle. Danish Red Holstein dairy cows were allocated to either group CON (n=103) or group CAB (n=108) that was supplemented with 4.5 g grape pomace per cow per day. Significant differences in milk yield were not observable, but group CAB did show a tendency towards increased milk yield at the level of 0.4 kg/cow/day (P=0.1).


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