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A comparison of the quality of the Longissimus lumborum muscle from wild and farm-raised fallow deer (Dama dama L.)
Abstract The objective of the present study was to determine the chemical composition as well as the physicochemical and sensory properties of meat ( Longissimus lumborum muscle) from wild fallowExpand
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The effect of intensive and extensive production systems on carcass quality in New Zealand White rabbits
Forty New Zealand White rabbits weaned at 30 days were divided into 2 groups and reared under intensive or extensive production system till slaughter age (90 days of age).  In the extensiveExpand
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BODY WEIGHT CHARACTERISTICS OF FARM-RAISED FALLOW DEER (DAMA DAMA L.) OVER THE WINTER PERIOD
The aim of this study was to determine the body weight characteristics of fallow deer fawns and does over the period from weaning to the time the animals are put out to pasture, as well as to analyzeExpand
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Effect of probiotic BioPLus 2BReg. on performance of growing rabbit
Paulius Matusevicius, Lina Asmenskaitė, Ana Žilinskienė, Andrzej Gugolek, Manfred O. Lorek, Areta Hartman Department of Animal Husbandry, Lithuanian Veterinary Academy, Tilžės 18, LT-47181 Kaunas,Expand
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PRODUCTION RESULTS OF RABBITS FED DIETS CONTAINING NO COCCIDIOSTATICS DURING THE FATTENING PERIOD
The objective of this study was to determine whether meat-type rabbits can be fed a diet without coccidiostatics during the fattening period. The effect of feeding two pelleted diets was comparedExpand
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Performance indicators, health status and coccidial infection rates in rabbits fed diets supplemented with white mustard meal
the objective of this study was to investigate the option of replacing chemical coccidiostats with finely ground white mustard (Sinapis alba) seeds in diets fed to broiler rabbits. Pelleted feed forExpand
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A novel AAT-deletion mutation in the coding sequence of the BCO2 gene in yellow-fat rabbits
The carcasses of yellow-fat rabbits may be attractive to modern consumers, because they have a relatively high content of biologically active compounds. One of the main candidate genes associatedExpand
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