Supplementation with bypass fat in silvopastoral systems diminishes the ratio of milk saturated/unsaturated fatty acids

@article{Mahecha2007SupplementationWB,
  title={Supplementation with bypass fat in silvopastoral systems diminishes the ratio of milk saturated/unsaturated fatty acids},
  author={L. Mahecha and Joaqu{\'i}n Angulo and Blanca Luc{\'i}a Cardona Salazar and M. Cer{\'o}n and Jorge Gallo and Carlos H. Molina and E. J. Molina and Juan Fernando Su{\'a}rez and J. J. Lopera and Martha Olivera},
  journal={Tropical Animal Health and Production},
  year={2007},
  volume={40},
  pages={209-216}
}
This study was conducted to evaluate if supplementing bypass fat to cows under silvopastoral systems, increases the concentration of unsaturated fatty acids in milk, thus improving the saturated/unsaturated ratio without a negative effect on total milk yield in fat or protein. Two concentrations of two different sources of bypass fat were evaluated for 40 days, each in a group of 24 multiparous Lucerna (Colombian breed) cows. A cross-over design of 8 Latin squares 3 × 3.was used The variables… Expand
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