Relationships between methane production and milk fatty acid profiles in dairy 6 cattle 7 8 9 10

@inproceedings{Dijkstraa2012RelationshipsBM,
  title={Relationships between methane production and milk fatty acid profiles in dairy 6 cattle 7 8 9 10},
  author={J. Dijkstraa and S. M. van Zijderveldb and J. A. Apajalahtic and A. Banninkd and W. J. J. Gerritsa and H. B. Perdokb and H. Berendsa},
  year={2012}
}
  • J. Dijkstraa, S. M. van Zijderveldb, +4 authors H. Berendsa
  • Published 2012
30 There is a need to develop simple ways of quantifying and estimating methane 31 production in cattle. Our aim was to evaluate the relationship between methane 32 production and milk fatty acid (FA) profile in order to use milk FA profiles to predict 33 methane production in dairy cattle. Data from three experiments with dairy cattle with 34 a total of 10 dietary treatments and 50 observations were used. Dietary treatments 35 included supplementation with calcium fumarate, diallyldisulfide… CONTINUE READING
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