CORRELATIONS AMONG BIOCHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF GOAT MILK FROM MECHANICAL MILKING IN EARLY LACTATION PERIOD

Article Id: ARCC1264 | Page : 293 - 296
Citation :- CORRELATIONS AMONG BIOCHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF GOAT MILK FROM MECHANICAL MILKING IN EARLY LACTATION PERIOD.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2010.(44):293 - 296
M. Cetin, M. Cimen1, E.O. Goksoy and S. Kirkan
Address : Department of Agricultural Machinery, Faculty of Agriculture, Adnan Menderes University, Aydýn, Turkey.

Abstract

This research was carried out to investigate the correlations of milk biochemical parameters
such as fat, total nitrogen and protein of machine milked goats and to show these biochemical
parameters in early lactation period. In the 7th and 14th days, the 40 goat milk samples for each
period were collected and examined from TURER Company. The milk component levels in this
study were consistent with normal values for goats. There was positive correlation between protein
and total fat (r=0.65; p0.01) and between proten and total nitrogen (r=0.52; p<0.01).
According to results of this study, researchers and producers who studied with dairy goats should
observe clearer relationships among milk parameters such as protein, total nitrogen and total fat
for scientific and economic merits

Keywords

Milk Biochemical taste parameters Late lactation Machine milking.

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