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Maintenance requirement of energy and protein for broiler rabbits


, : Maintenance requirement of energy and protein for broiler rabbits. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 66(10): 1074-1077

Complete pelleted diets containing 12, 15 and 18% protein and DE 2000, 2200 and 2400 kcal/kg in 9 combinations were fed to 54 Grey giant rabbits. Nitrogen balance increased linearly from low to medium and high protein. DM intake was similar in all treatments. Digestibility was similar in high- and medium-energy groups and lower (P<0.01) in the low-energy group.

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