Dietary oil palm (Elaies guineensis Jacq.) frond supplementation can alter plasma lipoprotein concentrations in goats

Ebrahimi, Mahdi and Rajion, Mohamed Ali and Goh, Yong Meng and Sazili, Awis Qurni (2011) Dietary oil palm (Elaies guineensis Jacq.) frond supplementation can alter plasma lipoprotein concentrations in goats. In: 4th International Conference on Animal Nutrition (4th ICAN 2010) : Sustainable Feeds – Maximizing Productivity and Profitability, 21-23 September 2010, Persada Johor International Convention Centre, Johor Bahru.

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Abstract

Twenty four six-month old Kacang crossbred goats were allocated into three treatment groups and fed a control (CON; 100% concentrate), HAF (75% concentrate + 25% oil palm frond pellet, % w/w) or OPF 950% concentrate + 50% oil palm frond pellet, %w/w) diet for 100 days. The plasma lipoprotein profiles from these animals were compared. Results showed the OPF and HAF goats had significantly higher (P<0.05) plasma HDL-cholestrol values compared to the CON animals. However there were no significant (P>0.05) differences in plasma total cholestrol, LDL-cholestrol and triaglycerols between the treatment groups. This study showed that the ‘good’ plasma HDL-cholestrol in goats was increased by the oil palm frond supplementation.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subject:Goats - Feeding and feeds
Subject:Dietary supplements
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
ID Code:11353
Deposited By: Samsida Samsudin
Deposited On:31 Mar 2011 00:42
Last Modified:31 Mar 2011 00:44

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