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Voluntary intake and nutritive value of Grewia optiva and Bauhinia variegata tree leaves supplemented to a diet of Angora rabbits

Voluntary intake and nutritive value of Grewia optiva and Bauhinia variegata tree leaves supplemented to a diet of Angora rabbits

Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 55(6): 502-504

For 107 days Angora rabbits were given a diet with maize 10, wheat bran 20, barley 20, groundnut cake 20, fish meal 5, rice mill feed 18 and molasses 5%, or this diet with supplements to appetite of green leaves of trees, Grewia optiva or Bauhinia variegata containing 17.4 and 16.1% crude protein in DM. Daily DM intakes were 103, 111 and 113 g, and DM digestibilities 68, 63 and 60%, respectively, with B. variegata having significant effects.

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