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    Dairy Goats, Feeding and Nutrition
    by A. Cannas



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    Pages: 320
    Edition: 2008
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-1845933487

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    Goat’s milk is used for drinking and making cheese and yoghurt. Among non-genetic
    factors, feeding is the main factor influencing milk composition and transformation
    properties. Feeds can also transfer toxic or undesirable substances to milk.
    Many studies on the effects of nutrition on goat’s milk quality have focused on
    milk fat content and milk fatty acid (FA) profile.

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