NUTRIENT PROFILE OF JAFFARABADI BUFFALO MILK AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF LACTATION

Article Id: ARCC352 | Page : 168-170
Citation :- NUTRIENT PROFILE OF JAFFARABADI BUFFALO MILK AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF LACTATION.Asian Journal Of Dairy and Food Research.2013.(32):168-170
N.H. Garaniya, H.R. Ramani and B.A. Golakiya
Address : Department of Biochemistry, Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh- 362 001, India

Abstract

Nutrient profile of buffalo milk was studied during different stages of lactation from 1 to 9. Fat content increased as the stage of lactation increased and other parameters (pH, protein, density, solid not fat, lactose showed no significant variations. The quantities of trace elements viz., Iron, zinc, manganese and copper and macro elements (sodium, potassium, calcium) remained almost same during the lactation stages except zinc, manganese and sodium.

Keywords

Jaffarabadi buffalo Lactation Macro element Microelement.

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