Nutritional evaluation of fruit and vegetable waste as feedstuff for diets of lactating Holstein cows.

@article{Angulo2012NutritionalEO,
  title={Nutritional evaluation of fruit and vegetable waste as feedstuff for diets of lactating Holstein cows.},
  author={Joaqu{\'i}n Angulo and Liliana Mahecha and Sergio A Yepes and Angela M Yepes and Gilberto Bustamante and Harold Jaramillo and E. Valencia and Tom{\'a}s Villamil and Jorge Gallo},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2012},
  volume={95 Suppl},
  pages={
          S210-4
        }
}
Organic waste from markets represents about 10-20% of the total waste of a city. A large proportion comes from the overproduction of fruit and vegetables, turning them into potential pollutant. The nutritional value found for fruit and vegetable waste (FV) from a marketplace, in a previous work, showed that this product might be considered as a potential alternative for animal feeding. This study evaluated the use of FV as feedstuff for diets of lactating Holstein cows with an emphasis on milk… Expand
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