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Agriculturae Conspectus Scientificus, Vol.78 No.3 September 2013. -

The effect of increasing dietary energy by increasing both starch 14% to 20% and soluble fibre 9.6% to 11.6% and decreasing ADF content 21% to 13% at two crude protein levels 14% and 15% was assessed on health, growth performance, caecal fermentative activity, gut mucosa traits, and carcass and meat quality of growing rabbits reared from 34 to 76 days of age. At weaning, 306 rabbits were divided into six groups and fed ad libitum six diets formulated according to a bi-factorial arrangement with 3 starch+soluble fibre-ADF ratio L=1.2; M=1.8; H=2.8 x 2 protein levels. The contemporary increase of dietary starch and soluble fibre and the reduction of ADF linearly increased the digestibility of dry matter, energy and all nutrients, decreased feed intake and improved feed conversion 3.65 to 2.76 in rabbits fed diets L and H; P



Autor: Marco Tazzoli - ; Department of Agronomy, Food, Natural Resources, Animal and Environment, University of Padova, Agripolis, I-350

Fuente: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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