Data from: Trade-offs in lactation and milk intake by competing siblings in a fluctuating environment

Heribert Hofer, Sarah Benhaiem, Waltraud Golla & Marion L. East
Income breeders which forage without their offspring in attendance should adjust nursing frequency and the quantity and composition of milk to prevailing ecological conditions, and increase the quantity or quality of milk transferred if the frequency of nursing visits declines. When milk delivery to a litter is insufficient, sibling competition should skew milk consumption in favor of dominant litter members. We quantified milk nutritional composition and gross energy density, nursing bout durations, per capita milk...
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