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Effect of high- vs low-fibre rations with and without non-protein sources of growth in Baladi rabbits, and production of VFA and ammonia in the alimentary tract



Effect of high- vs low-fibre rations with and without non-protein sources of growth in Baladi rabbits, and production of VFA and ammonia in the alimentary tract



Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 48(7): 529-533



Diets with 20% decorticated cottonseed oilmeal, 5% hay and 45% to 75% maize were given to 7 groups of 10 male Baladi rabbits from 30 days to 2.5 months old. Four groups got 5% fibre, 3 of which were given 5% fish meal, 5% silk worm chrysalis or 3% urea to replace equal amounts of maize. Three groups got 20% fibre by giving 25% sawdust in place of some maize in diets with 5% fish meal, 5% ammonium nitrate or 3% urea. Similar diets were given to 7 groups of 2 rabbits 5 months old for 30 days.

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