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  1. POSTWEANING PERFORMANCE OF TWO NEW ZEALAND WHITE LINES AND THEIR RECIPROCAL CROSSES FED A HIGH FORAGE DIET

    Espinoza-Flores, F.; Espinoza-Velázquez, J.; Pro-Martínez, A.; Becerril-Pérez, C.M.; Torres-Hernández, G.
    [EN] Thirty-five day old weanling rabbits from two New Zealand White genetic lines, Mexican (MX) and Oregonian (OR) and their reciproca! crosses, paternal Mexican (MO) and paternal Oregonian (OM), were used to evaluate growth performance based on high forage, alfalfa-orchard grass (AO) or commercial diet (CO). One hundred and twenty eight rabbits were used in a 4x2 factorial (genotypes x diets) repeated measurement (week) experiment. Response variables were: body weight (BW), average daily gain (ADG), feed intake (Fl), feed conversion (FC), dressing weight percentage (DW) and postweaning mortality (MT). The diet effect was important for BW (P<0.01 ), ADG (P<0.01) and FC (P<0.05), with a superior performance by rabbits on...

  2. POSTWEANING PERFORMANCE OF TWO NEW ZEALAND WHITE LINES AND THEIR RECIPROCAL CROSSES FED A HIGH FORAGE DIET

    Espinoza-Flores, F.; Espinoza-Velázquez, J.; Pro-Martínez, A.; Becerril-Pérez, C.M.; Torres-Hernández, G.
    [EN] Thirty-five day old weanling rabbits from two New Zealand White genetic lines, Mexican (MX) and Oregonian (OR) and their reciproca! crosses, paternal Mexican (MO) and paternal Oregonian (OM), were used to evaluate growth performance based on high forage, alfalfa-orchard grass (AO) or commercial diet (CO). One hundred and twenty eight rabbits were used in a 4x2 factorial (genotypes x diets) repeated measurement (week) experiment. Response variables were: body weight (BW), average daily gain (ADG), feed intake (Fl), feed conversion (FC), dressing weight percentage (DW) and postweaning mortality (MT). The diet effect was important for BW (P<0.01 ), ADG (P<0.01) and FC (P<0.05), with a superior performance by rabbits on...

  3. POSTWEANING PERFORMANCE OF TWO NEW ZEALAND WHITE LINES AND THEIR RECIPROCAL CROSSES FED A HIGH FORAGE DIET

    Espinoza-Flores, F.; Espinoza-Velázquez, J.; Pro-Martínez, A.; Becerril-Pérez, C.M.; Torres-Hernández, G.
    [EN] Thirty-five day old weanling rabbits from two New Zealand White genetic lines, Mexican (MX) and Oregonian (OR) and their reciproca! crosses, paternal Mexican (MO) and paternal Oregonian (OM), were used to evaluate growth performance based on high forage, alfalfa-orchard grass (AO) or commercial diet (CO). One hundred and twenty eight rabbits were used in a 4x2 factorial (genotypes x diets) repeated measurement (week) experiment. Response variables were: body weight (BW), average daily gain (ADG), feed intake (Fl), feed conversion (FC), dressing weight percentage (DW) and postweaning mortality (MT). The diet effect was important for BW (P<0.01 ), ADG (P<0.01) and FC (P<0.05), with a superior performance by rabbits on...

  4. NUTRITIVE VALUE OF ROBINIA (Robinia pseudoacacia) LEAVES IN GROWING SOVIET CHINCHILLA RABBITS.

    Singh, P.; Chaudhary, L.C.; Verma, A.K.; Pathak, N.N.
    [EN] Far determining the nutritiva value of robinia (Robinia pseudoacacia) leaves, widely distributed in the temperate and humid Himalayan ranges (29º25N and 79º35E), containing OM 89.9; CP 20.7; EE 3.8; CF 21.7; NFE 43.7; NDF 60.1; ADF 29.6; Ca 2.4 and P 0.2 par cent on DM basis, ten Soviet Chinchilla rabbits of six week old (mean body weight 792+73 g) were fed freshly lopped green robinia leaves as a sale feed far 56 d. The green leaves were offered individually at 400g/rabbit/day. A metabolism trial of 6 day was conducted after 21 d of experimental feeding. The digestibility of DM, OM, CP, EE, NDF and ADF was 74.3;...

  5. NUTRITIVE VALUE OF ROBINIA (Robinia pseudoacacia) LEAVES IN GROWING SOVIET CHINCHILLA RABBITS.

    Singh, P.; Chaudhary, L.C.; Verma, A.K.; Pathak, N.N.
    [EN] Far determining the nutritiva value of robinia (Robinia pseudoacacia) leaves, widely distributed in the temperate and humid Himalayan ranges (29º25N and 79º35E), containing OM 89.9; CP 20.7; EE 3.8; CF 21.7; NFE 43.7; NDF 60.1; ADF 29.6; Ca 2.4 and P 0.2 par cent on DM basis, ten Soviet Chinchilla rabbits of six week old (mean body weight 792+73 g) were fed freshly lopped green robinia leaves as a sale feed far 56 d. The green leaves were offered individually at 400g/rabbit/day. A metabolism trial of 6 day was conducted after 21 d of experimental feeding. The digestibility of DM, OM, CP, EE, NDF and ADF was 74.3;...

  6. NUTRITIVE VALUE OF ROBINIA (Robinia pseudoacacia) LEAVES IN GROWING SOVIET CHINCHILLA RABBITS.

    Singh, P.; Chaudhary, L.C.; Verma, A.K.; Pathak, N.N.
    [EN] Far determining the nutritiva value of robinia (Robinia pseudoacacia) leaves, widely distributed in the temperate and humid Himalayan ranges (29º25N and 79º35E), containing OM 89.9; CP 20.7; EE 3.8; CF 21.7; NFE 43.7; NDF 60.1; ADF 29.6; Ca 2.4 and P 0.2 par cent on DM basis, ten Soviet Chinchilla rabbits of six week old (mean body weight 792+73 g) were fed freshly lopped green robinia leaves as a sale feed far 56 d. The green leaves were offered individually at 400g/rabbit/day. A metabolism trial of 6 day was conducted after 21 d of experimental feeding. The digestibility of DM, OM, CP, EE, NDF and ADF was 74.3;...

  7. FEEDING VALUE OF BREWER'S GRAINS FOR FATTENING RABBITS

    Maertens, L.; Salifou, E.
    [EN] Twenty-four, individually cagad 5-week-old rabbits were used to determine the nutritiva value of brewer's grains. Digestibility was determinad using the substitution method with rabbits aged 45 to 50 d of age. Sun dried brewer's grains was included in a standard basal diet. The inclusion leve!, at the expense of all basal ingredients arnounted to 30%. Both diets were pelleted. During the 6-weeks fattening triar rabbits showed a daily weight gain of 46.9g on the brewer's grains based diet. Daily weight gain tended to be higher on the basal diet due to the higher (P<0.05) feed intake. The digestibility of protein, ether extract, ener~y and ADF of brewer's...

  8. FEEDING VALUE OF BREWER'S GRAINS FOR FATTENING RABBITS

    Maertens, L.; Salifou, E.
    [EN] Twenty-four, individually cagad 5-week-old rabbits were used to determine the nutritiva value of brewer's grains. Digestibility was determinad using the substitution method with rabbits aged 45 to 50 d of age. Sun dried brewer's grains was included in a standard basal diet. The inclusion leve!, at the expense of all basal ingredients arnounted to 30%. Both diets were pelleted. During the 6-weeks fattening triar rabbits showed a daily weight gain of 46.9g on the brewer's grains based diet. Daily weight gain tended to be higher on the basal diet due to the higher (P<0.05) feed intake. The digestibility of protein, ether extract, ener~y and ADF of brewer's...

  9. FEEDING VALUE OF BREWER'S GRAINS FOR FATTENING RABBITS

    Maertens, L.; Salifou, E.
    [EN] Twenty-four, individually cagad 5-week-old rabbits were used to determine the nutritiva value of brewer's grains. Digestibility was determinad using the substitution method with rabbits aged 45 to 50 d of age. Sun dried brewer's grains was included in a standard basal diet. The inclusion leve!, at the expense of all basal ingredients arnounted to 30%. Both diets were pelleted. During the 6-weeks fattening triar rabbits showed a daily weight gain of 46.9g on the brewer's grains based diet. Daily weight gain tended to be higher on the basal diet due to the higher (P<0.05) feed intake. The digestibility of protein, ether extract, ener~y and ADF of brewer's...

  10. ENERGY, PROTEIN AND FIBRE DIGESTIBILITY OF PAPRIKA MEAL FOR RABBITS

    Garcia, J.; Villamide, M.J.; Blas, J.C. de
    [EN] Twenty New Zealand White x Californian growing rabbits between 46 and 51 d of age were used to determine energy, protein and fibra digestibilities of paprika meal. The nutritiva value was determinad by the substitution method ~sing a basal diet formulated for a high energy content (11.4 MJ DE kg- ) to balance the low nutritiva value of the paprika meal. This feedstuff was substituted at a 24.4% in the basal diet. Energy, protein and NDF digestibilities (%) of paprika meal calculated by difference were 38.2(±2.55), 63.1 (±4.42) and 30. 7(±6.Q?). respectively, and its digestible energy value was 7.34(±0.49) MJ kg- DM. Standard errors of these estimations...

  11. ENERGY, PROTEIN AND FIBRE DIGESTIBILITY OF PAPRIKA MEAL FOR RABBITS

    Garcia, J.; Villamide, M.J.; Blas, J.C. de
    [EN] Twenty New Zealand White x Californian growing rabbits between 46 and 51 d of age were used to determine energy, protein and fibra digestibilities of paprika meal. The nutritiva value was determinad by the substitution method ~sing a basal diet formulated for a high energy content (11.4 MJ DE kg- ) to balance the low nutritiva value of the paprika meal. This feedstuff was substituted at a 24.4% in the basal diet. Energy, protein and NDF digestibilities (%) of paprika meal calculated by difference were 38.2(±2.55), 63.1 (±4.42) and 30. 7(±6.Q?). respectively, and its digestible energy value was 7.34(±0.49) MJ kg- DM. Standard errors of these estimations...

  12. ENERGY, PROTEIN AND FIBRE DIGESTIBILITY OF PAPRIKA MEAL FOR RABBITS

    Garcia, J.; Villamide, M.J.; Blas, J.C. de
    [EN] Twenty New Zealand White x Californian growing rabbits between 46 and 51 d of age were used to determine energy, protein and fibra digestibilities of paprika meal. The nutritiva value was determinad by the substitution method ~sing a basal diet formulated for a high energy content (11.4 MJ DE kg- ) to balance the low nutritiva value of the paprika meal. This feedstuff was substituted at a 24.4% in the basal diet. Energy, protein and NDF digestibilities (%) of paprika meal calculated by difference were 38.2(±2.55), 63.1 (±4.42) and 30. 7(±6.Q?). respectively, and its digestible energy value was 7.34(±0.49) MJ kg- DM. Standard errors of these estimations...

  13. EFFICACY OF PROSTAGLANDIN F2a AND ITS ANALOGS IN ENHANCING REPRODUCTIVE EFFICIENCY OF DOE RABBITS

    MCNITT, J.I.; MELLAD, K.E.; SIMON, G.; NEGATU, Z.; LUKEFAHR, S.D.
    [EN] The efficacy of prostaglandin F2a. (PGF2a. ) and two analogs for inducing parturition in does to increase Jong-term rabbitry efficiency was studied. For the two-year trial, 40 single doe cages were used as experimental units. There were four treatments - does injected on day 29 of gestation with 5 mg PGF2a. 35 μg fenprostalene, 35 μg cloprostenol, or 1 mi saline as a control. Attempts to remate does began at 7 days post partum and were continuad daily until the doe accepted service. Ali does housed in a particular cage during the trial received the same treatment. The model included the fixed main effects of treatment, year, and...

  14. EFFICACY OF PROSTAGLANDIN F2a AND ITS ANALOGS IN ENHANCING REPRODUCTIVE EFFICIENCY OF DOE RABBITS

    MCNITT, J.I.; MELLAD, K.E.; SIMON, G.; NEGATU, Z.; LUKEFAHR, S.D.
    [EN] The efficacy of prostaglandin F2a. (PGF2a. ) and two analogs for inducing parturition in does to increase Jong-term rabbitry efficiency was studied. For the two-year trial, 40 single doe cages were used as experimental units. There were four treatments - does injected on day 29 of gestation with 5 mg PGF2a. 35 μg fenprostalene, 35 μg cloprostenol, or 1 mi saline as a control. Attempts to remate does began at 7 days post partum and were continuad daily until the doe accepted service. Ali does housed in a particular cage during the trial received the same treatment. The model included the fixed main effects of treatment, year, and...

  15. EFFICACY OF PROSTAGLANDIN F2a AND ITS ANALOGS IN ENHANCING REPRODUCTIVE EFFICIENCY OF DOE RABBITS

    MCNITT, J.I.; MELLAD, K.E.; SIMON, G.; NEGATU, Z.; LUKEFAHR, S.D.
    [EN] The efficacy of prostaglandin F2a. (PGF2a. ) and two analogs for inducing parturition in does to increase Jong-term rabbitry efficiency was studied. For the two-year trial, 40 single doe cages were used as experimental units. There were four treatments - does injected on day 29 of gestation with 5 mg PGF2a. 35 μg fenprostalene, 35 μg cloprostenol, or 1 mi saline as a control. Attempts to remate does began at 7 days post partum and were continuad daily until the doe accepted service. Ali does housed in a particular cage during the trial received the same treatment. The model included the fixed main effects of treatment, year, and...

  16. EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT DOSES OF PMSG ON OVARIAN RESPONSE AND IN VITRO EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN RABBITS

    Stradaioli, G.; Verini-Supplizi, A.; Monaci, M.; Canali, C.; Boiti, C.
    [EN] The aim of the study was to compare ovarían response, embryo recovery rate and in vitro embryo growth in New Zealand White rabbits injected with different doses of PMSG. On day-26 post partum 39 primiparous non-lactating does were given i.m. the following treatments: Group 1 (n=13) 0.1 mi distilled water; Group 11 (n=13) 20 JU PMSG; Group 111 (n=13) 100 IU PMSG. Seventy-two hours later the animals received 0.8 μg GnRH and were artificially inseminated. Forty-eight hours after insemination, the does were sacrificad and the genital tracts were removed and kept in Dulbecco's Phosphate Buffer Salina. Ovaries were weighed and normal anovulated follicles >1 mm (AF), haemorrhagic follicles (HF)...

  17. EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT DOSES OF PMSG ON OVARIAN RESPONSE AND IN VITRO EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN RABBITS

    Stradaioli, G.; Verini-Supplizi, A.; Monaci, M.; Canali, C.; Boiti, C.
    [EN] The aim of the study was to compare ovarían response, embryo recovery rate and in vitro embryo growth in New Zealand White rabbits injected with different doses of PMSG. On day-26 post partum 39 primiparous non-lactating does were given i.m. the following treatments: Group 1 (n=13) 0.1 mi distilled water; Group 11 (n=13) 20 JU PMSG; Group 111 (n=13) 100 IU PMSG. Seventy-two hours later the animals received 0.8 μg GnRH and were artificially inseminated. Forty-eight hours after insemination, the does were sacrificad and the genital tracts were removed and kept in Dulbecco's Phosphate Buffer Salina. Ovaries were weighed and normal anovulated follicles >1 mm (AF), haemorrhagic follicles (HF)...

  18. EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT DOSES OF PMSG ON OVARIAN RESPONSE AND IN VITRO EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN RABBITS

    Stradaioli, G.; Verini-Supplizi, A.; Monaci, M.; Canali, C.; Boiti, C.
    [EN] The aim of the study was to compare ovarían response, embryo recovery rate and in vitro embryo growth in New Zealand White rabbits injected with different doses of PMSG. On day-26 post partum 39 primiparous non-lactating does were given i.m. the following treatments: Group 1 (n=13) 0.1 mi distilled water; Group 11 (n=13) 20 JU PMSG; Group 111 (n=13) 100 IU PMSG. Seventy-two hours later the animals received 0.8 μg GnRH and were artificially inseminated. Forty-eight hours after insemination, the does were sacrificad and the genital tracts were removed and kept in Dulbecco's Phosphate Buffer Salina. Ovaries were weighed and normal anovulated follicles >1 mm (AF), haemorrhagic follicles (HF)...

  19. Abstracts of papers presented during the 10th Symposium on housing and diseases of rabbits, furbearing and pet animals. Celle (Germany): 14-15 May 1997.

    World Rabbit Science
    Abstract not available.

  20. Abstracts of papers presented during the 10th Symposium on housing and diseases of rabbits, furbearing and pet animals. Celle (Germany): 14-15 May 1997.

    World Rabbit Science
    Abstract not available.

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