Effects of feeding system, dietary copper supplementation and climatic conditions on performance of adult female and male rabbits [electronic resource].

By: Language: English Summary language: Arabic Description: P. 51-70Other title:
  • تأثيرات نظام التغذية وإضافة كبريتات النحاس للعلف وكذلك الظروف المناخية على أداء إناث وذكور الأرانب النيوزيلندى الأبيض البالغة [Added title page title]
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  • Egyptian journal of rabbit science, 2009 v. 19 (1) [electronic resource].
Subject(s): Online resources: In: Egyptian journal of rabbit science 2009.v.19(1)Summary: One hundred and twenty New Zealand White (NZW) adult female and thirty sit adult male rabbits at 6 months of age were used to study the effects of heat stress, feeding time, dietary supplementation with copper (at levels of 0.0, 75 and 150 mg / kg diet) and their interaction, under Egyptian conditions. The results showed that the estimated Temperature – humidity index (TH!) values were 18. 9 at winter (mild period) and 27.4 at summer (hot period), indicating absence of heat stress during winter (less than 22.2) and exposure to severe heat stress during the hot period (23.3-25.5).
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One hundred and twenty New Zealand White (NZW) adult female and thirty sit adult male rabbits at 6 months of age were used to study the effects of heat stress, feeding time, dietary supplementation with copper (at levels of 0.0, 75 and 150 mg / kg diet) and their interaction, under Egyptian conditions. The results showed that the estimated Temperature – humidity index (TH!) values were 18. 9 at winter (mild period) and 27.4 at summer (hot period), indicating absence of heat stress during winter (less than 22.2) and exposure to severe heat stress during the hot period (23.3-25.5).

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