To evaluate the effect of supplementing the diet of Comisana sheep with by-products from industrial tomato manifacture on the composition and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) content of milk fat, two groups of 50 ewes each were fed either total mixed ration standard (TMRS) or total mixed ration with added tomato by-products (TMRA). Milk fat composition was determinated by HRGC. The milk fat content for animals fed the TMRA diet increased by 6,41% aafter six weeks, compared with the animals fed the TMRS diet. The CLA content in the milk fat for the group of animal fed the TMRA diet was 19,8% higher than for those fed the TMRS diet. The fatty acid composition showed an increase in the amount of PUFA; the n-3:n-6 ratio increased by 13% in the milk from sheep fed with the TMRA diet.

Effect of tomato by-products in the diet of Comisana sheep on composition and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) content of milk fat

ROMANO, RAFFAELE
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MASUCCI, FELICIA
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GIORDANO A.
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SPAGNA MUSSO, SALVATORE
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NAVIGLIO, DANIELE
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SANTINI, ANTONELLO
Membro del Collaboration Group
2010

Abstract

To evaluate the effect of supplementing the diet of Comisana sheep with by-products from industrial tomato manifacture on the composition and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) content of milk fat, two groups of 50 ewes each were fed either total mixed ration standard (TMRS) or total mixed ration with added tomato by-products (TMRA). Milk fat composition was determinated by HRGC. The milk fat content for animals fed the TMRA diet increased by 6,41% aafter six weeks, compared with the animals fed the TMRS diet. The CLA content in the milk fat for the group of animal fed the TMRA diet was 19,8% higher than for those fed the TMRS diet. The fatty acid composition showed an increase in the amount of PUFA; the n-3:n-6 ratio increased by 13% in the milk from sheep fed with the TMRA diet.
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