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  1. Abstracts of the 12e Journées de la Recherche Cunicole.

    World Rabbit Science
    (2008). Abstracts of the 12e Journées de la Recherche Cunicole. World Rabbit Science. 16(2). doi:10.4995/wrs.2008.635

  2. Abstracts of the Giornate di Coniglicoltura ASIC 2007.

    World Rabbit Science
    (2008). Abstracts of the Giornate di Coniglicoltura ASIC 2007. World Rabbit Science. 16(2). doi:10.4995/wrs.2008.634

  3. Study on the factors affecting carcass traits of broiler rabbits in Eastern Himalayan region of India.

    Das, S.K.; Bardoloi, R.K.
    [EN] Two hundred and ten adult rabbits of both sexes and belonging to four breeds: New Zealand White (NZW), Soviet Chinchilla (SC), Local (LC) and crossbred (CB) were used for this experiment. Rabbits were kept individually in cages under hutch housing conditions. Concentrate mash feed was fed at 100 g/head/d and green roughage ad libitum as per availability in different seasons. Rabbit slaughtering data were grouped in 4 categories: 3-5; 6-8; 9-11 and > above 11 m of age. All the data were classified by preslaughter weight, age at slaughter, breed and sex prior to statistical analysis. Slaughter weight, slaughter...

  4. The effects of the complete replacement of barley and soybean meal with hard wheat by-products on diet digestibility, growth and slaughter traits of a local Algerian rabbit population.

    Lakabi-Ioualitene, D.; Lounaouci-Ouyed, G.; Berchiche, M.; Lebas, F.; Fortun-Lamothe, L.
    [EN] Eighty one rabbits were used to study the utilisation of hard wheat by-products on the growth of rabbits from a local Algerian population. At weaning (28 d, 501±99 g), the animals were individually caged and received ad libitum one of the three experimental diets for 49 d. The control diet included 26% wheat bran (W26: control diet), alfalfa, bar- ley and soybean meal. The two other diets were formulated by substituting barley and soybean meal with hard wheat by-products, and contained 60% (W60) or 67% (W67) of these by-products (50 or 57% bran and 10% middling). On average, diets...

  5. Effect of cage density on growth and carcass performance of fattening rabbits under tropical heat stress conditions.

    Villalobos, O.; Guillén, O.; García J., J.
    [EN] Three hundred crossbred New Zealand, California, Butterfl y, Dutch, and Satin rabbits, weaned at 30 d and weighing 535±8 g (standard error) were assigned randomly to four treatments: 6, 12, 18 and 24 rabbits/m2 (3, 6, 9 and 12 rabbits/cage, respectively, each cage measuring 0.5 m2) resulting in 10 cages/treatment. During the experimental period (from weaning to 2.2 kg body weight) weekly individual live weight, cage feed intake, incidence of diarrhoea, ringworm, and injured rabbit data was recorded. The maximum temperature-humidity index ranged from 31 to 35, and so indicating severe heat stress. At the end of the experimental...

  6. Influence of transport duration and season on sensory meat quality in rabbits.

    María, G. A.; Liste, G.; Campo, M.M.; Villarroel, M.; Sañudo, C.; Olleta, J.L.; Alierta, S.
    Little is known about the effect that journey duration and position on the vehicle have on the sensory aspects of meat quality in rabbits. In this study, 156 rabbits were transported by road in a commercial truck for 1 h or 7 h in one of three replicates in summer or winter. After slaughter, slices from the left side of the longissimus dorsi muscle were vacuum-packaged and chilled at -18 ºC until the sensory analysis to assess odour, tenderness, juiciness, fibrousity, greasiness, and flavour intensity. Overall, the journey duration had a significant effect (P<0.05) on tenderness, fi brousity and overall...

  7. Influence of different eCG doses on the rabbit doe ovary response, fertilizing aptitude and embryo development.

    Ttheau-Clément, M.; Lebas, F.; Falières, J.
    [EN] The aim of this experiment was to compare the ovary response, the fertilising aptitude and the embryo development of multiparous rabbit does having received during the whole career 0 (control: no injection, group 0), 8 or 25 IU of eCG (groups 8 and 25, respectively) 48 h before each 4 d post partum insemination. After the 11th series of insemination, two groups of 60 does were sacrifi ced 30 h or 14 d after insemination. The percentage of ovulating females does not vary according to the eCG treatment, but the ovulation rate (number of corpora lutea per ovulating does)...

  8. Influence of different eCG doses on sexual receptivity and productivity of rabbit does

    Theau-Clément, M.; Lebas, F.; Boiti, c.; G. Brecchia, G.; Mercier, P.
    [EN] The aim of this study was to examine sexual receptivity and productivity of does injected 48 h before insemination with 8 or 25 IU of eCG (groups 8 and 25, respectively) in comparison with a control group (no injection, group 0). One hundred twenty four does were inseminated during 11 consecutive cycles (reproduction rythm: 35 d; inseminations: 4 d post partum and weaning: 28 d post partum). In comparison with the control group, eCG signifi cantly improves the receptivity of does (60.3 vs 80.5 and 79.8%; P<0.001), kindling rate (70.4 vs 80.9 and 79.4%; P=0.030) and the number of...

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