THE INFLUENCE OF CARROT ADDITION TO COW’S RATION ON THE LEVEL OF VITAMINS AND FATTY ACIDS IN COW MILK.
 
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Pol. J. Food Nutr. Sci. 2003;53(2):53–56
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The aim of the studies was to determine whether the addition of carrot to feeding ration for cows affected an increase of vitamins and b- carotene’s content in milk as well as whether it improved the composition of fatty acids in milk fat. The obtained results indicate that the applied addition increased not only the content of vitamin A but also the quantity of milk fatty acids: MUFA and PUFA. We should also stress the increase of the level of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) from 0.47 g/100 g of fat in the control group to 0.65 g in the experimental group.
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