Bulletin of the IDF N° 366/2001 - Influence of Feed on Major Components of Milk - Nutrient Removal Practices in the Dairy Industry - Scanned copy
|published date||24 March 2001|
|reference||Bulletin of the IDF No. 366/2001|
Influence of Feed on Major Components of Milk
P. M. Toppino, L. Degano, H. Itabashi, L. Baevre, S. Tamminga, J.J. Kennelly, L.J. Erasmus, J.E.Hermansen, H. Rulquin
This monograph, originally intended as an up-date of Bulletin of IDF No. 125 - Factors affecting the yields & contents of milk constituents of commercial importance - serves as a modest survey of currently available information. The chapters cover Trends in Milk Composition (results of an IDF survey), Effects of Feed on Fat Content and Fatty Acid Composition in Milk, Influence of Feeding Oilseeds on the Fatty Acid Composition of Milkfat, Producing Milk with 2.5% Fat & the Biology and Health Implications for Dairy Cows, Nutritional and Management Factors Affecting Milk Protein Content and Composition.
Nutrient Removal Practices in the Dairy Industry
This report provides guidance to the dairy sector on nutrient removal in wastewater treatment.