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Supplementation ZN Organik and lemuru oil quality of milk Etawah crossbred goats

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Int. J. Biosci.9( 6), 366-373, December 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12692/ijb/9.6.366-373


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Goats is one of the cattle that are sensitive to mineral deficiencies than other livestock purpose of this study was to know the effect of the use of organic Zn and oil lemuru to water quality goat milk. the composition of the ration is prepared according to the NRC (1988) with a ratio of concentrates and forages 60% – 40% with supplementation Mineral S, Zn organic and oil lemuru supplementation mineral sulfur implanted at 3%, fish oil by 2%, 4% and 6%, while The organic Zn 6%, 8% and 10% of the feed animals used 16 Etawah goats weighing 25 kg with an average milk production of 1.2 liters / head / day. Variables measured in the study are: physical quality, quality microbiological milk, milk production (l / head / day) is measured with a measuring cup scale, fat and protein and fatty acids (EPA, DHA, EPA, omega 3, 6 and omega 9). The results show the feed in supplemental Zn organic and fish oil significantly (P> 0.05) of the physical quality and milk production but did not significantly affect fatty acids (EPA, DHA, AHA, both omega 3, 6 and omega 9). . conclusion that the use of organic Zn and oils  lemuru can improve the quality of goat milk.


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