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Dietary supplementation of fat increased milk fat percentage without affecting ruminal characteristics in Holstein cows in a warm tropical environment

, : Dietary supplementation of fat increased milk fat percentage without affecting ruminal characteristics in Holstein cows in a warm tropical environment. Asian Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 17(2): 213-220

The purpose of this experiment was to investigate the effect of diets supplemented with lard or prilled fat (Carolac) on lactation performance, plasma constituents and ruminal characteristics of Holstein-Friesian cows under a warm climate. In trial I, 18 cows (14 primiparous at 43 DIM and 4 multiparous at 55 DIM) were randomly assigned into six 3x3 Latin squares, in which 3 dietary treatments were isoproteinous but varying in energy contents and in three 21-day periods.


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