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It is well known that the fatty acid composition of milk fat are altered due mainly to seasonal and dietary conditions1-12). Since seasonal changes are often accompanied by simultaneous changes in feed quality, it is necessary to control the environmental conditions in order to clarify the effect of specific environmental factors. The followings are a preliminary study to investigate the effect of high temperature on fatty acid in milk of dairy cows under the condition with diurnal changes ofdoi:10.2508/chikusan.53.499 fatcat:rzvzw4cxgrfkvkzn7n7qyhb4o4