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Effect of caecotrophy on protein and amino acid metabolism of angora rabbits


, : Effect of caecotrophy on protein and amino acid metabolism of angora rabbits. Acta Veterinaria Hungarica 33(1-2): 51-57

Two groups of 8 Angora rabbits were given diets with 12.8 or 16.7% protein and 4 in each group wore a rigid plastic collar to prevent caecotrophy. Amino acid nitrogen excreted in faeces was 75 to 81% in control rabbits (without collar) and 67 to 71% in experimental rabbits. Control rabbits excreted more essential amino acids in faeces than did experimental rabbits on both high- and low-protein diets.

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