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Título : Efecto del ensilaje de thitonia diversifolia sobre la composición láctea en hembras ovinas y su relación con el estatus nutricional
Otros títulos : Efeito da ensilagem de thitonia diversifolia sobre a composição láctea nas fêmeas ovinas e sua relação com o estatos nutricional
Effect of tithonia diversifolia silage on milk composition in dairy sheeps and the relationship with nutritional status
Autor : Bedoya Mejía, Oswaldo
Posada Arias, Silvia
Millán Cardona, Leónidas
David Ruales, Carlos Arturo
Palabras clave : Corporación Universitaria Lasallista
Ensilaje
Botón de Oro (Tithonia diversifolia )
Ovejas - Alimentación y alimentos
Ovejas
Fecha de publicación : 2017
Editorial : Corporación Universitaria Lasallista
Citación : Revista Lasallista de Investigación Vol 14 N 1 2017
Resumen : In recent years there has been a significant growth in the sheep sector through the work of many producers who decided to present their products in the agricultural market. There are few studies about the influence of diet on the quality parameters of milk sheep in Colombia. Objective. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of the diet received by the sheep on the compositional quality of milk. Materials and methods. For testing 12 ewes F1Santa Ines x Camura first birth, which were randomized into two homogeneous groups were used: T1 without silage and T2 with silage. Milk samples were taken every 15 days for a period of two months and were evaluated using Ekomilk® equipment for the determination of protein, fat, lactose and solids. Results. The findings of this study indicate statistically significant differences for the lipid component, but do not indicate differences for other dairy components. However, it can be seen an increase in the percentage of protein for animals receiving silage. Conclusions. With this work the direct effect of diet on the compositional quality of milk, especially on lipid tenor was evidence. Furthermore it is shown that the use of silage for feeding ewes is an excellent alternative to ensure an adequate supply of forage and avoid nutritional imbalances.
Introduction. In recent years there has been a significant growth in the sheep sector through the work of many producers who decided to present their products in the agricultural market. There are few studies about the influence of diet on the quality parameters of milk sheep in Colombia. Objective. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of the diet received by the sheep on the compositional quality of milk. Materials and methods. For testing 12 ewes F1Santa Ines x Camura first birth, which were randomized into two homogeneous groups were used: T1 without silage and T2 with silage. Milk samples were taken every 15 days for a period of two months and were evaluated using Ekomilk® equipment for the determination of protein, fat, lactose and solids. Results. The findings of this study indicate statistically significant differences for the lipid component, but do not indicate differences for other dairy components. However, it can be seen an increase in the percentage of protein for animals receiving silage. Conclusions. With this work the direct effect of diet on the compositional quality of milk, especially on lipid tenor was evidence. Furthermore it is shown that the use of silage for feeding ewes is an excellent alternative to ensure an adequate supply of forage and avoid nutritional imbalances.
URI : DOI: 10.22507/rli.v14n1a8
http://hdl.handle.net/10567/1830
ISSN : 1794-4449
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