ABSTRACT: Changes in the concentrations of mineral and organic substances in moose milk during lactation were examined in relation to lactation stage and nutritional (dry matter) intake by domesticated taiga moose.
However, little is known about the nutrient content of moose milk during the lactation period.
Sodium, potassium, and magnesium concentrations in domesticated taiga moose milk remains relatively unchanged over the entire lactation period.
Calcium and amino-nitrogen levels in the moose milk decreased 45 - 55 days post-calving by approximately 27 and 40%, respectively.
Nutrient concentration (g/kg dry matter) of domesticated taiga moose milk.
Moose milk and hair elements levels and relationships.