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Effect of integration of Avena sativa L. and Trifolium alexandrinum L. in the ration on milk production performance of rabbit Does

Author(s): Tijani Hedhly, | Dorra Miladi, | Boulbaba Rekik | Ridha Bergaoui

Journal: Research Opinions in Animal & Veterinary Sciences
ISSN 2221-1896

Volume: 1;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 245;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: Lactation Curves | Breeding Rabbit | Green Roughages

The ration inclusion of green roughages avena sativa l. and Trifolium alexandrinum l. has been studied at forty "New Zealander x Californian" rabbit does in 3rd and 4th lactation, distributed on five groups, received five diets: four experimental diets (A , A , B and B ) were based on the distribution at will of green roughages complemented 1 2 1 2 daily with 120 or 180g of concentrate. Control group received only concentrate. The B2 diets compound of 180 g concentrate and Trifolium alexandrinum L. ad libitum. Milk production was not significantly different that given by the control group (P>0.05). Milk production estimated from rabbits (PLL) and those estimated from mothers (PLM) start with low production levels respectively 83.9 and 134.1 g/day peak production (PLL) and (PLM) is reached between the 15th and 20th days of lactation.
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