2011
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352011000300025 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Foram utilizados 16 cabritos Saanen não castrados dos 15,16±1,60kg até 30,61±0,33kg de peso vivo, distribuídos em delineamento inteiramente ao acaso, alimentados com dietas (tratamentos) com grãos de linhaça, girassol ou canola. A dieta-controle foi formulada com feno de aveia, farelo de soja, milho moído e suplemento vitamínico-mineral. Os pesos da carcaça quente e fria e os rendimentos da carcaça e de cortes comerciais não foram modificados pelos tratamentos. A dieta com grãos de canola resultou em maior per… Show more

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“…Few studies have evaluated the effect of lipid supplementation on goat meat. Grande et al (2011) also found no differences in chemical composition of meat in an experiment evaluating the inclusion of oilseed grains in diet of Saanen kids and canola, sunflower, and castor oils in diet of Dorper × Santa Inês lambs. The authors attributed this result to the lower susceptibility to changes in meat when compared with the effect on the composition of milk, as well as differences pertaining to animal genetics and supplementation level, different from what was observed in this study.…”
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“…This difference influenced hot and cold carcass weights, as these variables are strongly dependent on slaughter weight; nevertheless, these differences disappeared in the evaluation of carcass yield and ribeye area. This similarity can be explained by the law of anatomical harmony, whereby carcasses with similar weights have similar proportions (cited by Grande et al, 2011).…”
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