Reproductive performance of rabbit does producing low number of weaned kids treated with some dried herbal seeds [electronic resouce].

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Summary language: Arabic Description: p.609-625Other title:
  • الاداء التناسلي لإناث الأرانب المنتجة لعدد قليل من الخلفة عند الفطام والمعاملة ببعض بذور النباتات الطبية [Added title page title]
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  • Egyptian poultry science journal, 2015 v. 35 (II) [electronic resouce].
Subject(s): Online resources: In: Egyptian Poultry Science Journal 2015.v.35(II)Summary: Forty five, 20 month old rabbit does of the 2nd breeding season, having equal numbers of Bouscat, NZW and V-line breeds was equally divided into three experimental groups, each of them included 5 does of each breed. The does in the first group had an average 4-5 weaned kids per doe / parity and were considered normal producer rabbits under Assiut environmental conditions, while those in the second and third groups had a low average, 2-3 kids per doe /parity and were considered as the low producer does. The low producer does in the second group were maintained without any treatment and considered as the control group, while each low producer doe in the third group (treatment) was daily supplemented with 1.0g of dried herbal seeds in pelleted form. All rabbit does were individually housed in wire galvanized battery cages and raised under normal managerial and hygienic conditions. The achieved results showed no significant differences among the different breeds in number of mating per conception (NMPC/times), conception rate (CR/%), litter size at birth and weaning (LSB, LSW/kids) and pre weaning mortality (PWM/%).Regarding the treatment with dried herbal seeds (Gr3), the averages of NMPC (times), CR (%), LSB, LSW (kids) and PWM (%) and TMY (g) improved significantly than those in the control (Gr2). In contrast, they decreased significantly in LSB, LSW (kids) and PWM (%) and TMY (g) than those of the normal producer does (Gr1). Concerning the effect breed, no significant differences were found in total protein (TP/g/dl), albumin (Alb/g/dl), globulin (Glob/g/dl), aspartate aminotransferase (AST/?/l) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT/?/l) and prolactin hormone concentration (ng/ml). Key Words: Milk , Production, , Economical Efficiency And Herbal Seeds.
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Forty five, 20 month old rabbit does of the 2nd breeding season, having equal numbers of Bouscat, NZW and V-line breeds was equally divided into three experimental groups, each of them included 5 does of each breed. The does in the first group had an average 4-5 weaned kids per doe / parity and were considered normal producer rabbits under Assiut environmental conditions, while those in the second and third groups had a low average, 2-3 kids per doe /parity and were considered as the low producer does. The low producer does in the second group were maintained without any treatment and considered as the control group, while each low producer doe in the third group (treatment) was daily supplemented with 1.0g of dried herbal seeds in pelleted form. All rabbit does were individually housed in wire galvanized battery cages and raised under normal managerial and hygienic conditions. The achieved results showed no significant differences among the different breeds in number of mating per conception (NMPC/times), conception rate (CR/%), litter size at birth and weaning (LSB, LSW/kids) and pre weaning mortality (PWM/%).Regarding the treatment with dried herbal seeds (Gr3), the averages of NMPC (times), CR (%), LSB, LSW (kids) and PWM (%) and TMY (g) improved significantly than those in the control (Gr2). In contrast, they decreased significantly in LSB, LSW (kids) and PWM (%) and TMY (g) than those of the normal producer does (Gr1). Concerning the effect breed, no significant differences were found in total protein (TP/g/dl), albumin (Alb/g/dl), globulin (Glob/g/dl), aspartate aminotransferase (AST/?/l) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT/?/l) and prolactin hormone concentration (ng/ml). Key Words: Milk , Production, , Economical Efficiency And Herbal Seeds.

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