A comprehensive approach of the rabbit digestion: consequences of a reduction in dietary fibre supply

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The effects of dietary fibre level (20–16–12% acid detergent fibre [ADF]), without variations in the proportions of the fibre fractions (hemicellulose, cellulose, lignin . . . ), were studied with respect to many aspects of rabbit digestion (ileal digestibility, transit, microbial activity), growth and health. For the lowest level of ADF, the voluntary… (More)

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