Mammary uptake of energy metabolites in dairy cows fed fat and its relationship to milk protein depression

@inproceedings{Cant1993MammaryUO,
  title={Mammary uptake of energy metabolites in dairy cows fed fat and its relationship to milk protein depression},
  author={John P. Cant and Edward J Depeters and Ransom L Baldwin},
  year={1993}
}
Abstract Mechanisms of change in milk composition in response to dietary fat supplementation were examined by measurement of plasma metabolite arteriovenous differences across the udders of cows fed fat. Four primiparous cows fitted with ruminal cannulas were assigned to a factorial arrangement of treatments: two diets and two casein infusion sites in a 4 x 4 Latin square design. Diets were formulated with yellow grease at 0 or 4% of DM. An 8% sodium caseinate solution was infused continuously… CONTINUE READING

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