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REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF HEAT-STRESSED NEW ZEALAND WHITE RABBIT BUCKS IN RESPONSE TO DIFFERENT ZINC SOURCES
Egyptian Journal of Nutrition and Feeds
his study aimed to evaluate the effect of zinc supplementation from different sources to heat-stressed New Zealand White rabbit buck diets on some reproductive traits including semen quality, conception rate and litter size. Twenty four mature bucks were randomly assigned into four groups, with six males each. The first group reared under mild condition and received the basal diet with no supplementation. The other three groups were raised under heat stress condition and received the basal dietdoi:10.21608/ejnf.2020.148138 fatcat:363upxuy2van3das7d26h7cpla