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Table 1 Lactation performance of dairy goats fed diets with different RDS contents

From: High rumen degradable starch decreased goat milk fat via trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid-mediated downregulation of lipogenesis genes, particularly, INSIG1

ItemTreatmentcSEMdP-value
LRDSMRDSHRDS
DMI, kg/d2.02.12.10.020.68
Milk yield, kg/d1.41.71.20.110.09
FPCMe, kg/d1.41.51.00.090.06
Milk composition, %
 Fat3.74a3.06b3.01b0.11<0.01
 Protein2.953.042.980.060.85
 Lactose4.704.574.570.060.58
 MUN, mg/dL31.4730.0530.401.210.89
 SCC, 103/mL392b640b2271a3390.04
Milk composition yield, g/d
 Fat53.6a52.7a32.1b3.5<0.01
 Protein44.8ab51.5a35.2b2.70.03
 Lactose73.079.053.94.60.06
Efficiency, kg/kg
 Milk/DMI0.710.820.570.050.11
 FPCM/DMI0.670.710.500.040.07
  1. a-b Means within the same row with different superscripts differ significantly (P < 0.05)
  2. cTreatments were the LRDS diet (RDS = 20.52%), MRDS diet (RDS = 22.15%), and HRDS diet (RDS = 24.88%) with similar total starch contents
  3. dSEM Standard error of mean
  4. eFPCM fat-and protein-corrected milk yield