Strawberry By-Products as a Partial Replacement of Clover Hay in Rabbit Diets

  title={Strawberry By-Products as a Partial Replacement of Clover Hay in Rabbit Diets},
  author={Hamed A. A. Omer and Fatma F Ali and S. Abraham Ibrahim},
Total number of 60 male growing New Zealand rabbits was used to study the effect of dietary strawberry by-products (SBP) as a partial replacement at levels 25, 50, 75 and 100 % of clover hay. Rabbits were classified into five equal groups (G -G ) each contained 12 rabbits. The 1 group received the basal diet 1 5 st contained 24% clover hay and served as control diet. The other four groups (G -G ) received the basal diet with 2 5 replacement (SBP) at the level of 25, 50, 75 and 100% of clover… CONTINUE READING


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