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The effect of heat treatment on the nutritive value of milk for the young calf. 3. The effect of the preheating treatment of spray-dried skim milk and a study of the effect of ultra-high-temperature treatment of separated milk. 4. Further studies on effects of the preheating treatment of spray-dried skim milk and of ultra-high-temperature treatment

Shillam, K.W.G.; Roy, J.H.B.; Ingram, P.L.

Brit. J. Nutr 16: 585-591 & 593-601

1962


Accession: 014239395

Sixty-seven new-born calves were given 400 ml. of colostrum, followed by a diet containing skim milk heated to 74 degrees for about 30 min. before spray-drying (milk A), or skim milk heated to 77 degrees for 15 sec. before spray-drying (milk B), or separated milk heated to 135 degrees for 1-3 sec., or fresh separated milk.

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