Addis, Margherita and Cabiddu, Andrea and Decandia, Mauro and Spada, Simona and Acciaro, Marco and Pirisi, Antonio and Sitzia, Maria and Costa, Edmondo and Cannas, Antonello and Molle, Giovanni (2009) Effects of different fat-enriched concentrates on fatty acid profile of cheese from grazing dairy sheep. Italian Journal of Animal Science, Vol. 8 (Suppl. 2), p. 378-380. ISSN 1828-051X. Article.
A trial on different fatty acid supplementation was run in grazing dairy sheep. Forty-eight lactating Sarda ewes were randomly allocated to four homogeneous groups: PAS, control group grazing for 22h/d without supplementation; NOF, group supplemented with a cereal based non-fat enriched concentrate; C182, group supplemented with a concentrate rich in sunflower seeds; and C183, group supplemented with a concentrate rich in linseeds. The results showed that the concentrates, based on oilseeds from both sunflower and linseed sources determined high C18:1 t11 and CLA c9 t11 cheese fat content. Moreover linseeds supplementation improved the concentration in the cheese of other beneficial fatty acids such as LN and PUFAω3.
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