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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2017.6(9): 1298-1303
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2017.609.156


Seasonal Impact on the Minerals of Jamunapari Goat Milk Minerals under Field and Farm Rearing Condition
Gitam Singh1* and R.B. Sharma2
1Animal Science, K.V.K., Tonk, Rajasthan – 304022, India
2National Agricultural Higher Education Project (NAHEP), ICAR, New Delhi, 110012, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

The seasonal effect on calcium content was significantly different in Jamunapari goat breed milk under field and farm rearing conditions at 5% level of significance. The phosphorus per cent was found to be 0.117±0.0012 and 0.120±0.0010, 0.119±0.0011 and 0.122±0.0010 and 0.124±0.0010 and 0.127±0.0012, respectively. The potassium per cent in Jamunapari breed under field and farm rearing conditions for rainy, winter and summer seasons was found to be 0.108±0.0008 and 0.110±0.0010, 0.110±0.0009 and 0.111±0.0009 and 0.112±0.0007 and 0.112±0.0011 per cent, respectively. The magnesium percentage in the milk of Jamunapari goat breed under filed and farm rearing conditions for aforesaid seasons, the magnesium per cent was found to be 0.0138±0.00018 and 0.0147±0.00018, 0.0144±0.00012 and 0.0151±0.00014 and 0.0150±0.00017 and 0.0158±0.00016, respectively. The chloride per cent was found to be 0.100±0.0006 and 0.104±0.0006, 0.102±0.0004 and 0.106±0.00049 and 0.104±0.0006, 0.108±0.0006, respectively. The overall average chloride content of all samples of milk was 0.106±0.0006 per cent. Our results on chloride content presented variation in chloride content under field and farm rearing conditions was observed to be significantly in milk. The selenium per cent was found to be 0.01640±0.000056 and 0.01628±0.00006, 0.01660±0.00006 and 0.01648±0.00007 and 0.01680±0.00048 and 0.01668±0.00005, respectively. The highest selenium percentage was recorded in winter seasons either field or farm rearing conditions. The statistical analysis also revealed that the effect of seasons on selenium content was significantly higher in Jamunapari goat breed milk under field and farm rearing conditions at 1% level of significance. The calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium and chloride percentage in the milk of Jamunapari goat breeds under farm rearing conditions was significantly higher than that of field rearing conditions. Season had conspicuous effects on milk quality of goats under study.


Keywords: Season, Minerals of Jamunapari, Goat Milk, Field and Farm.
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Gitam Singh and Sharma, R.B. 2017. Seasonal Impact on the Minerals of Jamunapari Goat Milk Minerals under Field and Farm Rearing ConditionInt.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 6(9): 1298-1303. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2017.609.156