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Effect of a feed additive (condensed and hydrolysable tannins) on lactating cow’s milk production performance.

Published on: 10/23/2018
Author/s : Cabral C. 1, Pol M. 2, Gaggiotti M. 3, Di Rienzo J.A. 4, Castillo A.R. 5. 1, Silvateam, Indunor S.A. 2, Lactodiagnóstico Sur SRL. 3, Estación Experimental Rafaela, INTA. 4, Facultad Cs. Agropecuarias, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. 5, University of California, Cooperative Extension, USA.

Introduction  Tannins are commonly defined as water-soluble polyphenolic compounds ranging in a molecular weight from 500 to 3000 Daltons. Muller-Harvey (2006) reviewed the effects of different types of tannins on animal nutrition and health. Results indicates that tannins form a highly diverse group of natural products with promising nutritional, veterinary, and environmental effects. Studi...

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Udoh Inyang Udoh Inyang
Animal Nutritionist
October 23, 2018

Quite interesting. 

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Udoh Inyang Udoh Inyang
Animal Nutritionist
October 23, 2018
The tannin must have prevented protein degradation in the rumen thereby making it available in the abomasum.
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