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Effect of the inclusion of defatted grape seed in feeds for growing rabbits on productive yield and estimation of their energy value

, : Effect of the inclusion of defatted grape seed in feeds for growing rabbits on productive yield and estimation of their energy value. ITEA Produccion Animal 20(2): 469-471

From weaning at mean liveweight 603 g, 168 New Zealand White x Californian rabbits were given to appetite a diet based on 30.3% lucerne and 33% bran without or with defatted grape seed (DGS) replacing 15.2% of the basal diet. At the end of finishing (2 kg liveweight) 9 rabbits from each group were placed in metabolism cages and faeces were collected during 4 days after an adaptation period of 3 days.

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