Effect of feeding raw or roasted sweet white lupin ...



Paper title Effect of feeding raw or roasted sweet white lupin on milk and muscle fatty acid composition
Paper author(s) Mary A. McNiven, B. Grimmelt, P. H. Robinson
Proceedings title Towards the 21st century. Proceedings of the 8th international lupin conference, Asilomar, California, USA, May 11-16 1996
Date 1999
Conference G. D., Hill
Abstract A trial in which roasted ground lupin, raw ground lupin or soyabean meal were fed to cows to establish possible effects on the fatty acid composition of milk (24 cows) and meat (28 cows) is reported. Results indicated that, in lupin-fed cows, even with a relatively low level of dietary fat, synthesis of medium-chain fatty acids was reduced, and the transfer of long-chain unsaturated fatty acids into milk was increased. Roasting of lupins slightly increased the protection from rumen hydrogenation. No effects of roasting lupins were observed on muscle fatty acid composition..

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