The effect of Saccharomyces cerevisiae additive to cattle ration on milk yield of dairy cows

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Title The effect of Saccharomyces cerevisiae additive to cattle ration on milk yield of dairy cows
 
Creator Imrich, Ivan
Čopík, Štefan
Mlyneková, Eva
Mlynek, Juraj
Haščík, Peter
Kanka, Tomáš
 
Description Article Details: Received: 2020-10-06 | Accepted: 2020-11-27 | Available online: 2021-01-31https://doi.org/10.15414/afz.2021.24.mi-prap.45-48This research aimed to evaluate the effect of live yeast additive to cattle ration on milk yield of dairy cows. The research was conducted on a dairy farm, on a sample of 265 dairy cows during winter. The dairy cows were fed with a feed containing live yeast of Saccharomyces cerevisiae species (CNCM I-1077). The dosage was 2.1010 cfu.head-1.day-1. Milk yield and the components of milk were monitored for a three-month-long period – starting one month before the supplementation of yeast to feed and ending two months after. The addition of live yeast to cattle ration had a significant positive impact already in the first month on milk yield (+1.25 kg.day-1), and the amount of fat (+0.055 kg.day-1), protein (+0.057 kg.day-1), lactose (+0.056 kg.day-1) and milk solids (+0.170 kg.day-1) contained in milk (p<0.001). 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Contributor KEGA No. 039SPU-4/2019
 
Date 2021-02-02
 
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Source Acta Fytotechnica et Zootechnica; Vol 24 (2021): Problems and Risks of Animal Production::Invited Editor: prof. Ing. Marko Halo, PhD.
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