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  M. Hasanuzzaman , A. Reza , F. Kabir , M.J. Uddin and M.A.K. Azad
  A total of 15 young rabbits (kits) of 35 days old were randomly allocated to same concentrate mixture (T2) in a completely randomized design. All the rabbits were offered ad-libitum green grass with same concentrate mixture. All the animals were kept in the same management. The feed intake, live weight changes and feed conversion efficiency was recorded. DM intake in three different groups (A, B, C) were 350.53?46.57, 403.62 ± 41.89 and 389.30 ± 53.71 (g/wk) which were not significant. The average daily gains in group A, B and C were 11.25 ± 8.71, 15.20 ± 8.33 and 14.43 ± 9.84 respectively and the differences among groups were not significant. The differences in growth velocity among different groups were not significant. Feed conversion efficiency were 4.45, 3.79 and 3.85 for group A, B and C respectively and the values were found non-significantly different. The result indicated that feeding of mother in terms of energy did not have any significant effect on DM intake, live weight changes, growth velocity and feed conversion efficiency upon their kits.
  J. Roy , N. Sultana , Z. Khondoker , A. Reza and S. M. J. Hossain
  Twenty-four New Zealand white crossbred growing rabbits (Aged 120 days) were used to study the effect of different protein sources on growth and reproductive performances of rabbit does. The animals were fed three diets containing til oil cake (A), soybean meal (B) and gram (C) along with ad-labium green grasses. However daily live weight gain was higher in gram containing diet but not significant (P>0.05) than those received til oil cake or soybean meal. Daily live weight gain of rabbits was 2.34, 2.33 and 3.14 g/day for til oil cake (A) Soybean meal (B) and gram (C) respectively. Feed conversion ratios were differed significantly (P<0.05) among the three treatment groups. Age at first breeding, age at first kidling gestation period, liter size, number of litter alive, number of litter dead and percentage alive were not differed significantly (P>0.05) among the treatment groups. Only kit mortality up to 7 days were differed significantly (P<0.05). Lower kit mortality (12.51) in gram containing feed (C) and increased in group B (36.37) and group A diet (36.37) respectively. Based on the present research findings gram diet may be used as a protein supplement for raising rabbits in Bangladesh. But further research is needed using large number of rabbits in this aspect before final recommendation.
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