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Rabbit feeding



Rabbit feeding



Internationale Zeitschrift der Landwirtschaft (1): 75-76



The recent increase in rabbit production in Hungary and in annual exports of rabbit meat is examined. Nutrient requirements, digestibility and appropriate fibre sources are discussed. For the intensive feeding system used at large units only special mixtures are supplied and seldom any hay. A highly efficient and economical combined feeding system is used at domestic units, which produce 95% of all Hungarian rabbit meat.

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