STUDIES ON FACTORS AFFECTING MILK FLOW RATE IN BUFFALOES UNDER FARMER'S CONDITIONS.

Article Id: ARCC5279 | Page : 59-62
Citation :- STUDIES ON FACTORS AFFECTING MILK FLOW RATE IN BUFFALOES UNDER FARMER'S CONDITIONS..Asian Journal Of Dairy and Food Research.2006.(25):59-62
AMIT KUMAR!, RAJBIR SINGH, NEEL KANf2 ~md YOGENDRA KUMAR3
Address : Janta Vedic College, Baraut, Bagpat Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut (U.P.)

Abstract

Studies conducted an 118 buffaloes belonging to three breeds showed that the overall least squares mean for milk flow rate was 10.50±0.29 g/second. The milk flow rate was influenced significantly (P<0.05) by breed of buffaloes, pariiy order, stage of lactation, time of fodder and concentrate feeding.

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