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Abstract : Buffaloes are the second largest milk producers in the world and China has rich buffalo resources. However, the nutrient potential of buffalo milk BM has not been fully determined and the information about BM from different breeds and crossbreeds is still quite limited. Therefore, the gross composition, fatty acids, and amino acids of BM were determined in milk samples from Murrah and Nili-Ravi river breeds and first F1 and second F2 generation of Murrah × Guangxi swamp buffalo crossbreeds. Buffalo breeds consist of two pure river breeds Murrah and Nili-Ravi and two crossbreeds Murrah river buffalo × Guangxi swamp buffalo, first and second generation F1 and F2. Results revealed the BM contained 19.28% total solids, 5.30% crude protein, 7.97% fat on average, high levels of total amino acids, and essential amino acids. From the major minerals investigated, BM was also rich in total calcium and phosphorus contents 192.2 and 124.3 mg 100 mL−1, respectively. Statistically significant differences P 



Author: Qi Sun Jia-Ping Lv Lu Liu Shu-Wen Zhang Xiao Liang Jing Lu

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