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Effect of dairy cows diet supplementation with fish oil and sunflower oil on lactation performance and milk fatty acid composition



Effect of dairy cows diet supplementation with fish oil and sunflower oil on lactation performance and milk fatty acid composition



XI Jornadas sobre Produccion Animal, Zaragoza, Spain, 11-12 Mayo, 2005 Volumenes I and II: 694-696



When the goal is to increase the conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) content of the milk, feeding dietary oil supplements have been proved effective. In this experiment, sixteen late lactation Holstein-British Friesian cows, divided into two groups, were used to study the effects of diet supplementation with fish oil (FO) and sunflower oil (SO) on lactational performances and milk fatty acid composition over a 28 d period.

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