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  1. XXXV Symposium de Cunicultura de ASESCU

    World Rabbit Science
    The annual Congress of the Spanish Association of Cuniculture (ASESCU) was held in Segovia (Castilla y León) on 27-28th May of 2010. The 35th edition was devoted to analyse the actual situation of the rabbit sector. It was presented an overview of challenges for the future of the Spanish rabbit farms, a review of the competitive factors that affect the rabbit production, and the management systems to ensure food safety in rabbit farms. Moreover, the Technology Platform for Sustainable Agriculture, and a summary of the actions for the promotion of the rabbit meat consumption carried out by the Spanish Rabbit...

  2. METHANOGENESIS IN RABBIT CAECUM AS AFFECTED BY THE FERMENTATION PATTERN: IN VITRO AND IN VIVO MEASUREMENTS

    Belenguer, A.; Fondevila, M.; Balcells, J.; Abecia, L.; Lachica, M.; Carro, M.D.
    Methane formation and caecal fermentation patterns were studied in vivo and in vitro in 16 white New Zealand rabbits (70-80 d and 2.27 ± 0.064 kg) allocated to four diets formulated to have a similar neutral detergent fibre (33.8±0.53%) and protein (17.7±0.33%) content, with two different fibre sources (alfalfa hay, AH or sugar beet pulp, SP) and starch (wheat or maize). Animals received the diet for 16 to 20 days before methane production was measured in vivo in a respiratory chamber. Animals were subsequently slaughtered at approximately 9:00 and caecal contents were sampled and used as inoculum for in vitro...

  3. Letter form de editor board: World rabbit science: towards an open access journal

    Pascual Amorós, Juan José; Climent Navarro, Agueda Josefina
    Dear World Rabbit Science readers:World Rabbit Science's main aim has always been to provide universal access to scientifi cknowledge in the fi eld of cuniculture. From the outset, World Rabbit Science has engaged indifferent actions designed to achieve this goal.One example of this is the fact that since 2008, World Rabbit Science has published its contentsonline, allowing free access to all articles, reviews, conference abstracts... with the exception ofthe last two years, when they were only accessible by subscription. World Rabbit Science is alsofully accessible in many developing countries through the AGORA platform....

  4. Investigations on the use of an elevated platform in group cages by growing rabbits

    Caroline Lang; Steffen Hoy
    The investigation was carried out with altogether 511 caged growing rabbits (ZIKA) in 4 rounds with a duration of 8 wk each. Animals were housed at 35 d in collective cages (n=16; 0.625 m2 /rabbit), half of them equipped with an elevated platform. Water and molassed-crude-fibre-blocks were fed ad libitum during the whole fattening period. Pellets were given additionally by a hopper during the last 2 wk. In 5-min-intervals the number of rabbits "staying on the platform", "staying under the platform" and "staying in front of the platform" - including the behavioural pattern "staying at the feeder" was infrared video-recorded...

  5. EFFECTS OF LEVELS OF INSOLUBLE AND SOLUBLE FIBRE IN DIETS FOR GROWING RABBITS ON FAECAL DIGESTIBILITY, NITROGEN RECYCLING AND IN VITRO FERMENTATION

    Norelys Rodríguez-Romero; Leticia Abecia; Manuel Fondevila
    The effect of neutral detergent fibre (NDF) and neutral detergent soluble fibre (NDSF) on in vivo faecal digestibility and caecal fermentation pattern was studied in growing rabbits, in four diets formulated according to two levels of NDF, 370 (LI) and 450 (HI) g/kg, and two levels of NDSF, 150 (LS) and 180 (HS) g/kg in substitution of starch, in a 2x2 factorial structure. Twenty four New Zealand White rabbits weaned at 28 d (630 ± 80.2 g weight) were allocated to digestibility cages from 42 to 49 d of age to determine apparent faecal digestibility of each diet (n=6). Urine...

  6. EFFECT OF STARCH SUBSTITUTION WITH CRUDE GLYCEROL ON GROWING RABBIT AND LACTATING DOE PERFORMANCE

    M.A. Iñigo; J.C. De Blas; P. Cachaldora; P. García-Rebollar
    The aim of this work was to study the effect of dietary inclusion of 2.5 or 5.0% of glycerol in substitution for starch on performance of lactating does and fattening rabbits. Over four consecutive reproductive cycles, a total of 81 New Zealand ' Californian rabbit does and 813 young rabbits weaned at 25 (fattening trial 1) or 35 (fattening trial 2) days of age were allocated at random to the experimental treatments. Inclusion of glycerol in the diet up to 5% did not influence total feed consumption of does and suckling rabbits, body weight and bioelectrical impedance of does at...

  7. 22nd HUNGARY CONFERENCE ON RABBIT PRODUCTION

    World Rabbit Science
    About 80 participants took part at the 22nd Hungarian Conference on Rabbit Production at Kaposvár, organized by the University of Kaposvár, the Hungarian Branch of the WRSA, the Rabbit Production Board and the Agribrands Europe Hungary Inc. This is the largest and most popular event of the rabbit breeders in Hungary. 18 papers were presented by senior and young scientists. The topic of the papers covered all fields of rabbit production (production, housing and welfare, reproduction, genetics, nutrition, pathology). Full papers are available from the organizer (Szendro.Zsolt@ke.hu) on request.

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