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Effect of Avena sativa feeding on growth and nutrient digestibility in rabbits


Effect of Avena sativa feeding on growth and nutrient digestibility in rabbits



Forage Research 27(4): 307-308



ISSN/ISBN: 0379-0444

A study was conducted to investigate the effect of oat feeding on growth and nutrient digestibility in rabbits. The study was conducted at the rabbit demonstration unit of ICAR Research Complex for NEH-region Nagaland Centre, Jharnapani, India. 30 2-month-old rabbits were randomly divided into 5 groups equally for an experimental period of 21 days followed by a 5-day digestion trial.

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