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Jojoba meal in rabbit diets


Nutrition Reports International 31(1): 11-19
Jojoba meal in rabbit diets
Deoiled untreated jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis) 5, 10 or 15% diet caused no mortality to weanling rabbits but failed to support normal growth. The large amount of simmondsin compounds (4.7%) present, as well as palatability seemed to be responsible. Diets with jojoba oilmeal with 1.3% simmondsin compounds supplemented with Lactobacillus acidophilus #629 gave poor performance, but with only 0.34% simmondsin compounds present there was adequate growth with up to 15% jojoba oilmeal.


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