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|Titolo:||Effect of forage/concentrate ratio and soy bean oil supplementation on milk yield and composition from sarda ewes|
|Autori interni:||BUCCIONI, ARIANNA|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2006|
|Abstract:||Sixteen lactating Sarda ewes were fed four diets differing in the forage/concentrate ratio ( two diets 75/25, two diets 60/40, on a DM basis) and in soybean oil supplementation ( two diets with 100 g(.)d(-1) oil, two diets with no oil), in a 4 x 4 Latin square design. The inclusion of soybean oil in the diet resulted in a significant increase of both daily milk yield and fat corrected milk ( P <= 0.01), while diets with higher concentrate content resulted in lower levels of milk production ( P <= 0.05). Milk fat content did not di. er among treatments, while milk fat yield was increased when ewes consumed oil added diets ( P < 0.01). Milk protein content was lower when oil was added to the diet ( P < 0.01), which was attributed to a dilution effect, while milk protein secretion did not di. er among treatments. Dietary soybean oil modified the milk fatty acid composition towards a lower level of medium chain and saturated fatty acid and a higher level of PUFA and CLA, confirming how an adequate dietary strategy can broadly modify sheep milk quality towards a more desirable composition for human health. In particular, soybean oil in the diet resulted in a significant increase of both rumenic acid ( cis- 9, trans-11 CLA) and vaccenic acid (trans-11 C-18:1) in milk fat. Interactions among forage and oil resulted in a significant increase in rumenic acid and vaccenic acid with the HF/O diet and trans-10 C-18:1 and trans-10, cis- 12 CLA with the LF/O diet, probably due to a shift in rumen biohydrogenation of linoleic acid|
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