Browsing Cornell Nutrition Conference by Subject "Biohydrogenation"
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Managing the Diet to Control Ruminal Fatty Acid-Microbial Interactions That Reduce Milk Fat Synthesis (2020-10)In the early 1900’s, fat supplements were recognized for enhancing milk fat. A hundred years later, the opposite view prevailed causing major shifts in the types of fats fed to dairy cows to avoid a decline in milk fat. ...
New Insights in Milk Fat Research and Reviewing Our Progress (2020-10)Steady progress has been made in understanding the regulation of milk fat synthesis since the discovery of bioactive CLA isomers 20 years ago. Recent understanding of the nutritional and non-nutritional factors that have ...