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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April 2i, 19, 3 New diet may help dairy cows ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) A new diet for dairy cows may reduce the level of satu- rated fats in milk. The diet doubles the amount of desirable polyunsaturated fatty acids in the rmlk said sci-1 entists from the Ohio Agricul- i tural Research and Develop-! ment Centre. j Animal milk i and major sources of j saturated fats in the human diet. Saturated fats have been linked to rising blood choles- terol levels, and these in turn are a risk factor in heart dis- ease. "Research evidence indicates that most people can lower the cholesterol level in their blood by modifying their diet to par- tially replace saturated fat with unsaturated fats rich in puly- unsaturated fatty the Ohio researchers said. CONVERT FATS Cattle and sheep, although Ihey eat low fat foods, create high levels of saturated fats in meat and milk because micro- organisms convert the poly- unsaturated fats in their diet to saturated fats during the diges- tive process. The Ohio researchers, Dr. Donald L. Palmquist and Wil- son R. Mattos, told the 57th an- j nual meeting of the Federation j of American Societies for Ex- perimental Biology today that they mixed water and soyflour, the soyflour containing 10 to 12 per cent linoieic acid, a major polyunsaturated fatty acid. The resulting product was dried out and eight pounds a day of it was fed to each of three lactating Jersey cows. "The experimental diet effec- tively increased the level of polyunsaturated fatty acids in the milk fat from 10 to 19 per the Ohio researchers re- ported. Saturated fatty acid in the jdilk fat was reduced to 40 per cent from 56, they said. Hog agency ivill help producers EDMONTON (CP) The formation of an inter-provin- cial hog marketing agency by tas Manitoba and Saskatchr ewan govern ments may strengthen the position of hog producers in Alberta, says R. J. Page, chairman of the Alberta Hog Producers Market- ing Board. Mr. Page said the develop- ment would mean that in- stead of three separate market- ing boards on the prairies there only would be two in- volved in hog marketing. He said both the previous Manitoba and Saskatchewan boards -were established under similar legislation which gave them "a lot more power than we have in Alberta." "If we in Alberta had the same marketing plan, we'd probably be looking at the same he said adding that under present legislation there was no way Alberta could join its two sister prov- inces. He explained that in Mani- toba and Saskatchewan, the marketing boards take posses- sion of the hogs while "we only act as an agent between the producer and the buyer." "If you want to call it that, I guess its a philosophical dif- ference in the he said in an interview. Mr. Page said while there was no hope at this time of Alberta joining the Manitoba- Saskatchewan plan, "we hope there will be close lia- ison and communication be- tween both marketing agen- cies.'' There were about 1.5 million hogs on Alberta farms in 1972, a drop of about seven per cent from the previous year. Implement Act change introduced EDMONTON (CP) Fast- dealing Belters of farm imple- ment'; Trill find themselves re- rfuired 1o have better -warran- ties and supplies of parts under new introduced in UK; legislature. Marvin More f River; -who introduced a ew- CTTjneit amend- mcnt the Farm Implement give farmers a "belter deal" work deal- who haven't fowl up to Mardards. Mandatory warranties of not JC-N? than WHS year and sjxyvly availability if parts are cov- ered in the orw biU. 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