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Title: Composición química y rendimiento quesero de la leche de cabra Criolla Serrana del noroeste argentino (Milk chemical composition and cheese yield of Serrana Creole goat in northwest Argentina)
Authors: Oliszewski, Rubén
Rabasa, Alicia E.
Fernández, Jorge L.
Poli, Mario A.
Keywords: Creole goat, milk chemical composition, cheese, cheese yield.
Cabra Criolla, composición química de la leche, quesos, rendimiento quesero
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2002
Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrícolas Venezuela
Citation: Zootecnia Tropical (ISSN: 0798-7269) Vol 20 Num 2
Abstract: The chemical composition and cheese yield of Serrana Creole goat milk in a semi-intensive system were studied and compared with yields from traditional milky breeds. The cheeses were made half hard with cooked crust, and the production of cheese was weighed weekly and related it to the liters of milk used. Thirty five experimental runnings were made during 3 months (August to October) and 350 cheeses were weighed. Data were analyzed through conventional statistics methods by lineal regression and predictive equations. Milk chemical composition showed the following values: Fat: 4.91% ± 0.20, Protein: 5.13% ± 0.10, Non Fat Solids: 11.02% ± 0.12, Total Solids: 15.79% ± 0.25. The mean cheese yield at maturity (day 0) was 16.50% ± 0.28. Prediction equations for cheese yield and moisture loss in function of maturity days were: Y = 16.868 0.1705*X and Y = 0.5538*X. The maturation study was done in a 20 days period, considering this as the appropriate time for their correct finishing touch. At day 20, the yield was 13.45%. The conclusion was that the Creole goat breed is a genetic resource of high productive value, because it has an excellent milk quality with high cheese yielding and good suitability to different systems and production conditions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/22380
Other Identifiers: http://www.bioline.org.br/abstract?id=zt02017
Rights: Copyright 2002 - Zootecnia Tropical. Free full-text also available online at http://www.ceniap.gov.ve/bdigital/ztzoo/ztindice.htm
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