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Author Chullanandana, Khukhuan
TitleThe study of soybean oil or whole cottonseed supplementation on performance and CLA accumulation in beef/Khukhuan Chullanandana and Wisitiporn Suksombat
Call# FOOD 6251

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JournalSuranaree Journal of Science and Technology
AbstractThe effect of soybean oil (SBO)and whole cottonseed (WCS)supplementation of fattening cattle diets on performance and CLA accumulation in beef were investigated in this study. Eighteen fattening cattle, averaging 241+-24 kg live weigh and approximate by 1 year old, were stratified by live weights into three groups and each group ws randomly assigned group to one of three dietary treatments. The treatments were 1)control (concentrate 14% crude protein), 2)control and supplemented with 170 g/d SBO, and 3)control plus 170 g/d of oil from whole cottonseed (WCS). The animals were weighed and slaughtered and carcass measurements were obtained. There were no significant differences in the final body weigh (BW), average daily gain (ADG)and dry matter intake (DMI)among the treatments. However, Crude protein intake (CPI)significantly decreased (P<0.01)when fed with WCS in comparison with control and SBO treatments. Carcass composition and carcass characteristics of cattle fed by SBO and WSC were not significantly different in longissimus and semimembranosus muscle when compared with control treatment group. Supplementing SBO increased (P<0.01)in C18:2 cis-9, trans-11 CLA by 116% in longissimus muscle and by 240% in semimembranosus muscle. However, feeding WSC in diet did not increase C18:2 cis-9, trans-11 CLA in both muscle. In this study, need a subject here have successfully increased the C18:2 cis-9, trans-11 CLA content of muscle lipids by SBO but not WCS.
Descriptvol.15 no.1 ; 83-93
SubjectFattening cattle
Conjugated linoleic acid
fatty acid
soybean oil
whole cottonseed