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Coprophagy in lactating does fed different diets



Coprophagy in lactating does fed different diets



Journal of Applied Rabbit Research 11(1): 11-15



In a 3 x 3 factorial experiment, 36 Californian X New Zealand does, lactating with high milk yield or low milk yield, or dry were fed on diets containing crude fibre 12.4, 15.0 or 16.9% of DM. Soft faeces excretion (SFE) and feed intake increased with increasing milk yield but were unaffected by diet. DM, ash and crude protein content of soft faeces and DM content of hard faeces were unaffected by diet.

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