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Carotenoids are a family of over 1100 known natural pigments synthesized by plants, algae, fungi and bacteria. Dietary intake of carotenoids is necessary for mammals as they cannot be synthesized in the body. In cows, the nature of the diet consumed strongly influences the composition of milk...

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Stephenson, R. C.; Ross, R. P.; Stanton, C.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Foods, 2021, 10, 6,
Abstract

Vitamin D is obtained by cattle from the diet and from skin production via UVB exposure from sunlight. The vitamin D status of the cow impacts the vitamin D content of the milk produced, much like human breast milk, with seasonal variation in the vitamin D content of milk well documented. Factors...

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Weir, R. R.; Strain, J. J.; Johnston, M.; Lowis, C.; Fearon, A. M.; Stewart, S.; Pourshahidi, L. K.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 2017, 76, 1, pp 76-82
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The aim of the study was to determine an influence of diet additives in a form of protected palm oil, protected fish oil or unprotected fish oil with glycerol in Polish Holstein-Friesian cows on milk fatty acid composition, metabolism, milk yield and milk composition. Milk production, milk fat, and ...

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Kupczyński, R.; Kuczaj, M.; Szołtysik, M.; Stefaniak, T.
Publisher
Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology, Dummerstorf, Germany
Citation
Archiv Tierzucht, 2012, 55, 6, pp 540-551
Abstract

Coverage of the requirements in high productive dairy cows demands attention in forage choice. Chewing, rumen digestion and motility, and animal health are typically some of their main roles, which cannot be replaced by any other feed. Thus, high quality forage production is a main goal to maintain ...

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Formigoni, A.; Palmonari, A.; Brogna, N.; Nocetti, M.; Vecchia, P.; Pecorari, M.
Publisher
Associazione Italiana Tecnici del Latte, Parma, Italy
Citation
Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero-Casearia, 2010, 61, 3, pp 119-137
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Cover for Clostridium botulinum as a foodborne pathogen

Clostridium botulinum are Gram-positive, catalase negative, strictly anaerobic spore-forming bacilli with oval to cylindrical, terminal to...

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