Effects of feeding camelina (seeds or meal) on milk fatty acid composition and butter spreadability.

@article{Hurtaud2007EffectsOF,
  title={Effects of feeding camelina (seeds or meal) on milk fatty acid composition and butter spreadability.},
  author={Catherine Hurtaud and J L Peyraud},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2007},
  volume={90 11},
  pages={5134-45}
}
The nutritional and rheological properties of butter depend on the fatty acid composition of milk. Therefore, feeding oilseeds rich in unsaturated fatty acids is likely to affect butter properties. The aim of this trial was to examine to what extent feeding the linolenic acid-rich cruciferous plant camelina can affect the fatty acid composition of dairy products and the properties of butter. A control diet composed of 60% corn silage-based ration and completed with high-energy and nitrogenous… CONTINUE READING

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