Effect of feeding linseed oil in diets differing in forage to concentrate ratio: 1. Production performance and milk fat content of biohydrogenation intermediates of α-linolenic acid.

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To evaluate the interaction between the levels of dietary concentrate and linseed oil (LO) on milk fatty acid (FA) profile, 24 Holstein cows were used in a randomised complete block design based on days in milk, with a 2×2 factorial arrangement of treatments. Within each block, cows were fed one of four experimental diets containing 30% concentrate (LC) or… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S0022029913000691

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@article{Saliba2014EffectOF, title={Effect of feeding linseed oil in diets differing in forage to concentrate ratio: 1. Production performance and milk fat content of biohydrogenation intermediates of α-linolenic acid.}, author={Leacady Saliba and Rachel Gervais and Yolaine Lebeuf and P. Yvan Chouinard}, journal={The Journal of dairy research}, year={2014}, volume={81 1}, pages={82-90} }