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Effect of milk fat substitutes in the diet on metabolism in young calves



Effect of milk fat substitutes in the diet on metabolism in young calves



Allattenyesztes 17: 139-148



Groups of 3 calves were given daily, at 3 weeks of age, about 700 g dried skimmed milk and 219 g Laktin, with fat content 95%, or 335 or 245 g TZS-60, with 59% fat. At 5 weeks the skimmed milk was increased to about 760 g. Laktin was utilised better than TZS-60; digestibility of crude fat of the Laktin was 95 and 96% at the respective ages and of TZS-60 was 80 and 87%. Laktin also gave better utilization of N. (From summary.)-T.

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