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Provedor de dados:  Organic Eprints
País:  Germany
Título:  Einfluss der Fütterung auf die Milchfettzusammensetzung: Naturwiesenfutter im Vergleich zu Kunstwiesenfutter
Autores:  Wyss, Ueli
Collomb, Marius
Data:  2009
Ano:  2009
Palavras-chave:  Food security
Food quality and human health Feeding and growth
Resumo:  A trial was carried out to investigate the influence of forage from temporary or from permanent grassland as well as permanent grassland supplemented with maize silage on the milk fat composition. The trial lasted seven weeks: two weeks of adaptation period and five weeks of experimental period. The forage was offered ad libitum in the stable. None of the cows received concentrates, only a mineral supplement was added. Both feed intake as well as milk production were recorded daily. Before the trial and three times during the trial milk samples were taken and in addition to the fat, protein and lactose content different fatty acids in the milk fat were analysed. The variant with the forage from the permanent grassland had, in comparison with the forage from the temporary grassland, higher proportions of unsaturated fatty acids and higher contents of omega-3 and of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). With increasing age of the forage, the contents of omega-3 and CLA decreased. The addition of maize silage had a stronger influence on these fatty acids, as the lowest amounts of omega- 3 and CLA were found.
Tipo:  Conference paper, poster, etc.
Idioma:  deu

Wyss, Ueli and Collomb, Marius (2009) Einfluss der Fütterung auf die Milchfettzusammensetzung: Naturwiesenfutter im Vergleich zu Kunstwiesenfutter. Paper at: 10. Wissenschaftstagung Ökologischer Landbau, Zürich, 11.-13. Februar 2009.
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