2013
DOI: 10.4025/actascianimsci.v35i4.18950 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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It was evaluated the effects of bee pollen (BP) on the doe and kits productivity and on the carcass and organs of the rabbits. Twenty White New Zealand does and their kits were used in a randomized block design, with four treatments and five blocks, in a factorial arrangement 2 x 2 with two supplementation levels for the doe and for the kits after the weaning. BP supplementation for the does did not influence (p > 0.05) the doe and kit productivity during the lactation, except by the kits survival rate (p <… Show more

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“…Attia, Al‐Hanoun, and Bovera () also reported a higher milk production in does supplemented with 200 mg BP/kg BW. In addition, Dias et al () observed an increased milk production of the does when the animals were supplemented with 1 g of bee pollen per day. This effect is important because, up to weaning, milk is the main food for young rabbits, even if the intake of solid feed begins from 18 to 21 days of age (Bovera, Marono et al, ).…”
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“…Attia, Al‐Hanoun, and Bovera () also reported a higher milk production in does supplemented with 200 mg BP/kg BW. In addition, Dias et al () observed an increased milk production of the does when the animals were supplemented with 1 g of bee pollen per day. This effect is important because, up to weaning, milk is the main food for young rabbits, even if the intake of solid feed begins from 18 to 21 days of age (Bovera, Marono et al, ).…”
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“…In this sense, bee pollen is a collection of flower pollens mixed with nectar and glandular secretions from bees (Carpes, Cabral, Rosalen, Alencar, & Masson, 2009). This additive is rich on essential amino acids (Dias et al, 2013), insoluble polysaccharides, fructose, glucose, sucrose and lipid components (Bogdanov, 2004). Moreover, bee pollen is considered an excellent source of flavonoids, carotenoids, phenolic compounds and minerals (Feás, Vázquez-Tato, Stevinho, Seijas, & Iglesias, 2012).…”
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“…Dias et al () recommended the use of the bee pollen on rabbit does but not for rabbit after weaning as there are very few positive effects on the rabbit performance despite the high cost of the product. The improved immune conditions of does can be “passed” to the young rabbits through by transplacenta passage (Kraehenbuhl & Campiche, ), and this can have a long‐term effect on the rabbit performance, avoiding the high cost of a long treatment of offspring.…”
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“…In addition, Tekeli et al (2011) showed that the broilers supplemented separately with Zingiber officinale and propolis extract and their combinations significantly improved the villi length (p < 0.05) in relation to the control. Dias et al (2013) recommended the use of the bee pollen on rabbit does but not for rabbit after weaning as there are very few positive effects on the rabbit performance despite the high cost of the product. The improved immune conditions of does can be "passed"…”
Section: Discussionmentioning