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Feed economy of high-yielding dairy cows. Part 4. Amount, digestibility and importance to high-yielding cows of the fats and essential fatty acids in the feeding-stuffs.


Feed economy of high-yielding dairy cows. Part 4. Amount, digestibility and importance to high-yielding cows of the fats and essential fatty acids in the feeding-stuffs.



Arch. Tierernahr 4(5): 282-92



Four balance tests with high-yielding cows were conducted for total fat, fatty acids, unsaponi-fiable fatty acids and essential fatty acids (linoleic acid). The diet was based on sugar beet tops silage, dried sugar beet pulp and concentrates. It supplied 265.7-342.8 g. fat daily, of which 28-8-61-4 per cent was utilized. The daily intake of essential fatty acids was 78.7-116.0 g., of which about 40 per cent came from 2 kg. wheat bran.

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