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The relation of the colour and vitamin A content of butter to the nature of the ration fed. 1. Influence of the ration on the yellow colour of the butter. 2. The carotenoid and vitamin A contents of the butter


The relation of the colour and vitamin A content of butter to the nature of the ration fed. 1. Influence of the ration on the yellow colour of the butter. 2. The carotenoid and vitamin A contents of the butter



Biochem. J 28: 1076-85



Improvement in the yellow colour of butter fat is obtained if 50 per cent of artificially dried grass is included in the winter ration of concentrates.

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