adjective Referring to a session of supporting professional activity by a doctor or other health professional which is meant for a specific purpose—for example protected teaching time—which cannot be “borrowed” to perform clinical duties.
However, contrastingly to results in current study, Ghoreishi, Zamiri, Rowghani and Hejazi (2007) reported that the use of protected fat affected positively the animals' body condition, fertility rate and milk production.
Protected fat did not affect the variables (Table 7).
The inclusion of protected fat and highest protein rate (16%) in the diet failed to benefit milk production and composition in cross-breed dairy cows, with a mean production of 18 kg milk [day.sup.-1].
(2004) reported a linear increase in apparent dry matter digestibility and significant increase in crude protein digestibility in early lactating Nili-Ravi buffaloes fed diets containing 6% rumen protected fat. Filley et al.
Influence of ruminally protected fat and urea treated corncobs ensiled with or without corn steep liquor on nutrient intake, digestibility, milk yield and its composition in Nili-Ravi buffaloes.