The effect of heat treatment on the nutritive value of milk for the young calf. 8. The effect of the pre-heating treatment of spray-dried skim milk on the pH and the contents of total, protein and non-protein nitrogen of the pyloric outflow
Tagari, H.; Roy, J.H.
British Journal of Nutrition 23(4): 763-782
ISSN/ISBN: 0007-1145 PMID: 5357044 Accession: 014732737
For part 7 see Abst. 1293, Vol. 34. 8. Four Ayrshire bull calves, between 8 and 34 days of age, with duodenal and ileal re-entrant cannulae were given a spray-dried skimmed milk powder pre-heated during the drying process either at 74 degrees C for 30 min or at 77 degrees for 15 sec. In the first milk about 50% of the non-casein N had been denatured. Pyloric outflow and ileal contents were sampled at intervals for 6.5 h after feeding.