Record number :
677292
Title of article :
THE NUTRITIONAL EFFECTS OF VEGETAL LECITHIN OVER THE MILK PRODUCTION, APPARENT DIGESTIBILITY AND SHEEP RUMINANT PARAMETERS
Author/Authors :
Carmen Ana Pivoda، نويسنده , , S.H.F. Grigorie، نويسنده , , Dana Jitariu، نويسنده , , Camelia Zoia Zamfir، نويسنده , , Enciu Ana، نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2009
Pages :
5
From page :
205
To page :
209
Abstract :
By introducing the vegetal lecithin within the fodder ration of the sheep during the lactation period it has been achieved an increased milk production, a production increase of39.38% at Palas Merino sheep, of24.44% at Palas prolific population of sheep and of 9.96% at Palas milk population. An increase of the main reproduction indexes and a health improvement at these animals were noticed. The vegetal lecithin contained within the residue from the soya and sun-flower oil production administrated within the sheep ration up to a contribution of 7% fat in the dry substance of ingesta has favourable and proportional effects with the lecithin dose over the apparent digestibility of DM, OM, CP, EE, NDF and NFE. The increase offat proportion within the food over 7% from DM of the ration reduces the ruminant bacteria number. The fat from food has negative effects on the ruminant protozoa, tending to destroy the specific fauna. It is possible that the lecithin could be a potential source of YATP in rumen. It is possible that the lecithin could protect the food proteins from the bacterial lyses of proteins enzymes and achieve the ruminant by-pass of the protein
Keywords :
pellet feed , ad libidum feeding , diet feeding , post weaing crisis , mash feed
Journal title :
Lucrari Stiintifice. Seria Zootehnie
Serial Year :
2009
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