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Effect of different seasons on the performance of Grey Giant rabbits under sub-temperate Himalayan conditions



Effect of different seasons on the performance of Grey Giant rabbits under sub-temperate Himalayan conditions



Asian Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 15(6): 812-820



An experiment was conducted on 190 progeny (winter, n=74; summer, n=59; and rainy, n=57) of 12 Grey Giant rabbits (10 female + 2 males), to assess the effect of the different seasons on their reproductive, growth and productive performances and feed efficiency, under sub-temperate Himalayan conditions (Himachal Pradesh, India).

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