Unsaturated Fatty Acid Content of Milk from PE Goat Fed with Palm Oil Sludge Meal and Tea Waste Combination
Tjakradidjaja, Anita S.
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This experiment was conducted to study the effect of Palm Oil Sludge Meal (POSM) and Tea waste (TW) combinations (25%) in the ration (78% TDN; 23% CP) containing field grass (30%) and tempe waste (45%) on PE goat nutrient intakes, milk production, composition and unsaturated FA concentrations. Treatments were combination ratio between POSM and TW i.e: RO= POSM 25% + TW 0% (l : O); RI = POSM I6.67% + TW 8.33% (I: 0.5); R2 = POSM 14.28% + TW 10.72% (I : 0.75), and R3 = POSM I2.25% + TW I2.25% (1 :1). Results showed that the treatments did not affect feed and nutrient intakes, and milk composition (dry matter, density, fat and solid non fat); however, the treatment effect on unsaturated FA concentrations was significant (P<0.05). Rl produced milk with the highest concentrations of oleic (37.73%) and linoleic (7.53%) acids, while R3 yielded the highest concentration oflinolenic acid (2.79%). As conclusion, feeding PE goat with I6.67% POSM and 8.33% TW (RI) produced the best combination in increasing milk unsaturated FAs concentration.
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