The Optimization of Milk Protein Using Different Breeding Systems
Keywords:goat, milk, nutritional factors, protein
The purpose of this study is to increase the intensive production systems in dairy goat flocks necessity specifications on feeding strategies and housing structures to optimize milk production and animal welfare and to control the impact of animal husbandry on the environment. Milk serves as the most excellent sources of protein with rich quality protein content. It doesn’t contain a large quantity of proteins, but those are containing all the essential amino acids that the body requires. The nutritional and processing properties and there by the market value of milk, largely depends on its protein content.
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