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RiuNet. Repositorio institucional de la Universitat de Valencia (102.815 recursos)

RiuNet es el Repositorio Institucional de la Universitat Politècnica de València, gestionado por la Biblioteca, cuyo objetivo es ofrecer acceso en Internet a la producción científica, académica y corporativa de la comunidad universitaria con la finalidad de aumentar su visibilidad y hacerla accesible y preservable.

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  1. UTILISATION OF DRIED PALMOIL MILL EFFLUENT BY YOUNG GROWING RABBITS.

    Abu, O.A.; Ekpenyong, T.E.
    [EN] Thirty-six 5-6 weeks old, local mixed crossbred rabbits (526.7 ± 0.2 g) were allocated to four treatments according to their initial weight. They were caged individually and received ad libitum during 7 weeks, one of the 4 diets in which maize offal was replaced by O, 2, 5 or 1 O % dried palm oil mill effluent (Pome), respectively diets 1 to 4. The diets were fed as mash. The mean voluntary feed intake were not significantly different as the level of palm oil mill effluent in the diet increased. Rabbits fed no palm oil mill effluent (control) showed daily weight gains that were significantly lower (P < 0.05)...

  2. RABBIT PRODUCTION IN EAST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

    Colin, M.
    [EN] Despite their old tradition and their 1 O % of the world meat rabbit production, there is few available information concerning rabbit breeding in the East European Countries. This study summarizes the rabbit meat production in this geographic area. In Bulgarla, the rabbit production is traditional and selfconsumption orientad. A slight exportation trend appeared at the end of the 80's. The production of rabbit meat may be evaluated at 4 100 tons/year. In Hungary, the important production is only export-oriented without any tradition of rabbit production and internal-market. Hungary is the second exporting country in the world, just after China. After the creation of huge production units, Hungary organizad the rational rural...

  3. IMPACT D'UN CENTRE CUNICOLE DE RECHERCHE ET D'INFORMATION SUR LA RECHERCHE ET LE DÉVELOPPEMENT DE LA CUNICULTURE AU BENIN

    Kpodekon, M.; Coudert, P.
    [EN] lnvestigation results published in 1988 showed that despite of favourable conditions for a quick development of the rabbit rearing in Republic of Benin, many actions were still needed to be led in this domain for research, formation and information. To satisfy these obligations, CECURI (Rabbit Research and lnformation Center) was created. lts vocation is the increasing of the knowledge about rabbit as animal production species, the way of its breeding and all its pathology, in order to inprove local production and to extend a rational method for rearing this herbivore, by a very larga information. Despite dithering before starting and poor exploitation results, linked to the lake of experience during the...

  4. HARMONIZATION OF CRITERIA AND TERMINOLOGY IN RABBIT MEAT RESEARCH

    Blasco Mateu, Agustín; Ouhayoun, J.; Masoero, G.
    [EN] The harmonization of rabbit carcass criteria is a result of an international work. lts task was to specify the main traits to be considerad from the birth of the animal to carcass analysis, to define these traits with enough accuracy and to propose a common terminology. Work on harmonization has been initialized by the Mediterranean Rabbit Group Conference (BLASCO, OUHAYOUN and MASOERO, 1992), completad by several research teams and, finally, discussed during a round table of the Vth World Rabbit Congress (Corvallis, 1992). The proposal described in this work concerns : 1- growth, consumption and breeding measurments, preslaughter handling and slaughter processing, 2- dressing percentage analysis, 3- measurments or prediction...

  5. EFFECT DE LA SUBSTITUTION TOTALE OU PARTIELLE DU TOURTEAU DE SOJA PAR VICIA BENGHALENSIS SUR LA DIGESTIBILITÉ, LA CÆCOTROPHIE ET LE BILAN AZOTÉ CHEZ LE LAPIN ADULTE

    Cunha, Luisa F.; Freire, J.P.B.
    [EN] An experiment on the effect of introduction of Vicia benghalensis in rabbit diets, on the digestibility and nitrogen metabolism, was carried out on 24 New-Zealand does allocated to 3 treatments of 8.The diet 1 is essentially composed of soya meal as nitrogen source. In the diet 2 and 3, Vicia benghalensis is used in place of soya at 20 % and 40 % of the whole diet respectively. The apparent nitrogen digestibility decreased of 2 to 5 points for the diets 2 and 3 respectively (P<0,01). The daily excretion of nitrogen in faeces increased by 30 % and 40 % in faeces and cecotrophes respectively with the 40...

  6. ALTERNATIVE TROPICAL ENERGY FEED RESOURCES IN RABBIT DIETS : GROWTH PERFORMANCE, DIET'S DIGESTIBILITY AND BLOOD COMPOSITION

    ONIFADE, A.A.; TEWE, O.O.
    [EN] The grain replacement value in rabbit diets of three tropical alternativa feed resources, namely maize offal (MO), unpeeled cassava root meal (UCRM) and cassava peel meal (CPM) was investigated in a ten week feeding tria! with growing rabbits, in comparison with maize. The introduction ratas were 30.8% of the diets, and the initial age of the 24 rabbits was 5-6 week. The criteria for assessment were growth performance, nutrient digestibility and blood composition at the end of the experimental period. Average daily gain and daily feed intake of the rabbits variad from 13.0 g on CPM diet to 14.2 g on MO diet, and 60. 7 g on UCRM diet...

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