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This list is an unfiltered list of Rabbit related articles. It includes, all types: piolet studies, peer reviewed studies, journal papers, debunked studies, & current studies, for the purpose of cross referencing.

Rabbit Rearing Breeding[edit | edit source]

2022 Anti-Müllerian hormone concentrations in female rabbits and its relation to spay status, pseudopregnancy and ovarian follicle numbers[edit | edit source]

Böhmer F, Erber K, Ewringmann A, Klein R, Reese S, Böhmer C, Meyer-Lindenberg A, Walter B. Reprod Domest Anim. 2022 Sep 2. doi: 10.1111/rda.14240. Online ahead of print. PMID: 36052807 PMID: 36052807 DOI: 10.1111/rda.14240

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36052807/

2020 Skull Shape Diversity in Pet Rabbits and the Applicability of Anatomical Reference Lines for Objective Interpretation of Dental Disease[edit | edit source]

Christine Böhmer 1, Estella Böhmer 2 Vet Sci . 2020 Nov 20;7(4):182. doi: 10.3390/vetsci7040182. PMID: 33233758 PMCID: PMC7711434 DOI: 10.3390/vetsci7040182 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33233758/


2018 Developmental pathways of periodontal tissue regeneration: Developmental diversities of tooth morphogenesis do also map capacity of periodontal tissue regeneration?[edit | edit source]

Ugo Ripamonti 1 J Periodontal Res. 2019 Feb;54(1):10-26. doi: 10.1111/jre.12596. Epub 2018 Sep 12. PMID: 30207395 DOI: 10.1111/jre.12596

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30207395/

2016 Evolutionary morphology of the rabbit skull[edit | edit source]

Brian Kraatz 1, Emma Sherratt 2 PMID: 27688967 PMCID: PMC5036099 DOI: 10.7717/peerj.2453 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27688967/


2016 Anatomy, Physiology and Non-dental Disorders of the Mouth of Pet Rabbits[edit | edit source]

Thomas M Donnelly 1, David Vella 2 Affiliations expand PMID: 27497204 DOI: 10.1016/j.cvex.2016.04.004 Vet Clin North Am Exot Anim Pract . 2016 Sep;19(3):737-56. doi: 10.1016/j.cvex.2016.04.004.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27497204/


2016 Genetic and environmental factors influencing tooth and jaw malformations in rabbits[edit | edit source]

A K Korn 1, H R Brandt 1, G Erhardt 1 Affiliations expand Vet Rec. 2016 Apr 2;178(14):341. doi: 10.1136/vr.103293. Epub 2016 Feb 23. PMID: 26908159 DOI: 10.1136/vr.103293

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26908159/

2003 New perspectives in rearing systems for rabbit does" by L. Maertens[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/cXB4T0V3WGRoN25VRlhPRGZBWHdZY05NNGlWMUxVWDZHSGRiWjBWTEhLQT0tLWV2MERGdUNIams2SUtINEtCaW9Nenc9PQ==--655158b38adde0b05bd4b67e88c8cc60718f28c4/t/sPPdN-QrcBT6s-sfvjo/resource/work/27578695/New_perspectives_in_rearing_systems_for_rabbit_does?email_work_card=title

Rabbit sperm (Blog) Not Easter bunnies or hares, but rabbit reproduction and sperm=[edit | edit source]

https://www.micropticsl.com/rabbit-blog/

Rabbit Social[edit | edit source]

2013 Impact of feed restriction and of the hygiene of housing on rabbit performances and health[edit | edit source]

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/275519611_Impact_of_feed_restriction_and_of_the_hygiene_of_housing_on_rabbit_performances_and_health TY - BOOK AU - Gidenne, Thierry AU - Martin, O. AU - Oswald, Isabelle AU - Floc'h, N. AU - Combes, Sylvie PY - 2013/08/27 SP - 75 T1 - Impact of feed restriction and of the hygiene of housing on rabbit performances and health ER -

2006 Animal economics: assessing the motivation of female laboratory rabbits to reach a platform, social contact and food[edit | edit source]

Author links open overlay panelShirley C.Seaman∗Natalie K.Waran†1GeorgiaMason‡2Richard B.D'Eath§3

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0003347207004769?via%3Dihub https://www.ufaw.org.uk/the-ufaw-3rs-liaison-group-research-studentship/shirley-seaman

""Shirley concluded that laboratory rabbits are motivated to gain visual and minimal tactile contact with conspecifics and that social contact was found to be of equal importance to food. Therefore, where it is not possible to house female rabbits in groups, providing limited social contact is likely to be beneficial. Rabbits were also found to be motivated for a cage platform, although it appeared to be proximity to a bolt-hole that was most important.""

video wild territorial rabbit interactions[edit | edit source]

Graphic... but here it is in action in the wild.... it's a kill kick only... meant to eviscerate or break the neck of an opponent https://youtu.be/F5xAJViPTXE

Feed related[edit | edit source]

2017 rabbit_tracks_feeds_and_feeding[edit | edit source]

https://www.canr.msu.edu/resources/rabbit_tracks_feeds_and_feeding


2013 Impact_of_feed_restriction_and_of_the_hygiene_of_housing_on_rabbit_performances_and_health[edit | edit source]

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/275519611_Impact_of_feed_restriction_and_of_the_hygiene_of_housing_on_rabbit_performances_and_health

2011 Nutrition Know-How: Pet Rabbit Nutrition (article)[edit | edit source]

Sept 2011 https://www.vetfolio.com/learn/article/nutrition-know-how-pet-rabbit-nutrition vicky ograin , mba , rvt Vicky works for Hills, has written one rabbit article, and dosen't specialize in exotics

2010 Nutrition of the Rabbit Second Edition[edit | edit source]

Nutrition of the Rabbit Second Edition <<------ THIS!!!!

2000 RECENT RESEARCH ADVANCES IN RABBIT NUTRITION December 2000 (peer reviewed research paper)[edit | edit source]

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/268003523_RECENT_RESEARCH_ADVANCES_IN_RABBIT_NUTRITION Francois LEBAS (40+yrs specializing in Rabbit nutrition and research) 485 publications Assoc. Cuniculture & INRA French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE) | INRAE · Tissus Animaux, Nutrition, Digestion, Ecosystème et Métabolisme (TANDEM) Ingénieur Agronome ENSA Grignon


General Feed Supplements[edit | edit source]

2019 Performance of rabbits fed diets with varying concentrate and fodder ratio in north eastern region of Tripura" by Asit Chakrabarti[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/MGIycnE2am5lK09CbkEzWnluM1JtaFFjNlk0UVUxSGpQTXNWTE1hS2VYZz0tLWsrdFc5bElVOHcyYmVzWkhrQmRSMVE9PQ==--5b5a30c634eeea396188f5f96e29e2476dd5cdd6/t/sPPdN-QmEt7ei-AvMTB/resource/work/39725417/Performance_of_rabbits_fed_diets_with_varying_concentrate_and_fodder_ratio_in_north_eastern_region_of_Tripura?email_work_card=title

2017 Growth Performance and Apparent Nutrient Digestibility Coefficients of Weaned Rabbits Fed Diets Containing Different Forms of Cocoa Pod Husk Meal" by Asian Online Journal Publishing Group[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/L3IzQTZDNUVZWUF2NEwvZDV1Wkp0ZU52TU1meHJIY1dXYkt3UXU4T3E5UT0tLUl3SW9lQ0RZU3NhMjAwNjhIWWY3Y3c9PQ==--a3f206fa63664368e8bfde6eebd8f9470a3bdb2a/t/sPPdN-QpF3kHw-bqigTi/resource/work/35848207/Growth_Performance_and_Apparent_Nutrient_Digestibility_Coefficients_of_Weaned_Rabbits_Fed_Diets_Containing_Different_Forms_of_Cocoa_Pod_Husk_Meal?email_work_card=title

2016 Effect of Zinc Supplementation on some Physiological and Growth Traits in Local Male Rabbit" by World's Veterinary Journal Editor (2014)[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/UzR2b3BhSVl6QjFMeTk5bjR1dXQxYTNhZXBwQUh2UncxdFNBUVVjZkRoMD0tLTIrY1NFWVBnU05mWnNwZlFPUTlrM3c9PQ==--7ad74ccf2d833f46a06ba9dcf8a6f6d63038c707/t/sPPdN-QfnHV4z-kQ1wm/resource/work/32956665/Effect_of_Zinc_Supplementation_on_some_Physiological_and_Growth_Traits_in_Local_Male_Rabbit?email_work_card=title Mahmood Hassan Mohammed Amen1*and Sarmad Sulaiman Muhammad1,2 1 Sulaimani Polytechnic University, Kalar Technical Institute, Animal Health Department, Nursing Department -Sulaimani- Kalar2 Garmian, Iraq *Corresponding author`s Email: mohmood.ameen@spu.edu.iq


2015 EFFECT OF DIETARY SELENIUM ENRICHED MICRO-ALGAE SUPPLEMENTATION ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND ANTI- OXIDATIVE STATUS OF RABBITS UNDER HIGH AMBIENT TEMPERATURE IN SUMMER SEASON" by mohamed basyony[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/QllhK1c5L1FDbkFwNEdTNkY4UDI3QnpOTGlCSTRtQ0lNd1V5QTBKVWk2RT0tLXVVQjVtOEVNUm9ZQkIzOEZmY3orSWc9PQ==--c79ce43255800522b842d0c8be4f1a102ba46aaf/t/sPPdN-Qp4b4Q1-bhRvi1/resource/work/21619748/EFFECT_OF_DIETARY_SELENIUM_ENRICHED_MICRO_ALGAE_SUPPLEMENTATION_ON_GROWTH_PERFORMANCE_AND_ANTI_OXIDATIVE_STATUS_OF_RABBITS_UNDER_HIGH_AMBIENT_TEMPERATURE_IN_SUMMER_SEASON?email_work_card=title


2014 EFFECT OF CHAMOMILE FLOWERS AS FEED ADDITIVE ON SOME BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS FOR GROWING RABBITS" by Ibrahim abaza[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/YjZsSmVsM3AxM2F4enBmNkU5KzRuTVo2cFJKdUlDY3hVMGJSMDVRS2pwND0tLVN1V3FvTHc5MnI0NXFVbjBuQ1hnYUE9PQ==--3b3eadef9f6ebfe96bfa15eea7a3dfae8e494a31/t/sPPdN-Qpjmi1D-bdz6oo/resource/work/9329672/EFFECT_OF_CHAMOMILE_FLOWERS_AS_FEED_ADDITIVE_ON_SOME_BIOLOGICAL_PARAMETERS_FOR_GROWING_RABBITS?email_work_card=title

2013 Utilization of Flaxseeds (Linum usitatissimum L.) in Rabbit Rations. 2. Influence of Flaxseeds Levels Supplementations on Blood Constituents, Carcass Characteristics and Fatty Acids Profile." by dr.azza badr[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/UThubG0wTEgrc1BKeEFnT3pycEF1OUxwVHZ6S1RGcVd1SkErVThPQnZqMD0tLXV5ZW5LVitIT0NhdDYvZnFuVWJlRlE9PQ==--4d0a1cc52d355dfd197363aa7fa6dc86b45cdf4a/t/sPPdN-QgG9ADH-bbjVAv/resource/work/12250987/Utilization_of_Flaxseeds_Linum_usitatissimum_L_in_Rabbit_Rations_2_Influence_of_Flaxseeds_Levels_Supplementations_on_Blood_Constituents_Carcass_Characteristics_and_Fatty_Acids_Profile?email_work_card=title

2013 Utilization of Flaxseeds (Linum usitatissimum L.) in Rabbit Rations. 1. Response of Growing Rabbits to DietsHamed A.A. Omer, AbdEl-Maged A. Abedo, Sawsan M. Ahmed, Azza M.M. Badrand Mervat S.M. HasaninLife Science..." by dr.azza badr[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/cEd0VnRmek51ZDdkNlJBSVhaUlBmV1F1ekFPRUdKTUR3RjczdnVCVSs3MD0tLW1WVGgvc3M2aTdFUURKV2MwOXAwQ3c9PQ==--8aaaec6b132b8e0db8dc46fab39fe4e45b811b1b/t/sPPdN-Qgz1jJD-HxeW0/resource/work/8539516/Utilization_of_Flaxseeds_Linum_usitatissimum_L_in_Rabbit_Rations_1_Response_of_Growing_Rabbits_to_DietsHamed_A_A_Omer_AbdEl_Maged_A_Abedo_Sawsan_M_Ahmed_Azza_M_M_Badrand_Mervat_S_M_HasaninLife_Science_Journal_2013_10_4_?email_work_card=title


2011 The Nutritive Value of Zornia glochidiata as a Non-conventional Feedstuff in Rabbit in Sokoto, Nigeria" by Ndudim Ogo[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/aUFMWjBISEJNMHVKZ080NjR5TGErcXpJRzJMelp0U0JtamU4Y2lvRFpJUT0tLVA2dEFmL0hEcGg0SFV2TG1teVlFaWc9PQ==--622e2baee790f8efb1144e9240ed1ada4b3fe5c8/t/sPPdN-QnogdXn-bc1HPX/resource/work/18711695/The_Nutritive_Value_of_Zornia_glochidiata_as_a_Non_conventional_Feedstuff_in_Rabbit_in_Sokoto_Nigeria?email_work_card=title

1994 Additional energy supplements in the diet for growing rabbits" by Prof. Dr. Mohamed Salah Ayyat[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/Rk9LdEk3cUt6aDQwdEUvK0dPaHhvUkRVRk5iUzdlV05WelVvS3prZkJGdz0tLWZZRFZWUGN3N2ZNTTBFOU4zRElqQ0E9PQ==--bd7de4edfce98920e93a0b1c5d01a3591f51cc78/t/sPPdN-Qdcm7Pe-p67QM/resource/work/23248022/Additional_energy_supplements_in_the_diet_for_growing_rabbits?email_work_card=title


Corn[edit | edit source]

2011 EFFECT OF DIETARY CORN COBS AND ENZYMESSUPPLEMENTATION ON GROWING RABBITS PERFORMANCE[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/8019560/EFFECT_OF_DIETARY_CORN_COBS_AND_ENZYMES_SUPPLEMENTATION_ON_GROWING_RABBITS_PERFORMANCE?email_work_card=title


Various Legume as feed and feed supplements[edit | edit source]

Evaluation of soybean (Glycine max), cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) and pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) as sole sources of proteins for growing rabbits" by Donald Chisowa[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/SWR6b1dLWFNBb3pxbFh3VXNCUmxjWnFuV0hac1JuMnhjVERWUzh3djYwOD0tLTdwcXJ2VmJ1UTFTa0p5TzBCUFdlb1E9PQ==--e17ca3b4f9f183f27b84e94a67e75efe6ebf36f4/t/sPPdN-QoQRVXM-WNtJE/resource/work/11351185/Evaluation_of_soybean_Glycine_max_cowpea_Vigna_unguiculata_and_pigeon_pea_Cajanus_cajan_as_sole_sources_of_proteins_for_growing_rabbits?email_work_card=title

Hamed A.A Omerand Azza M.M. Badr.Growth Performance of New Zealand White Rabbits Fed Diets Containing Different Levels of Pea StrawLife Science Journal 2013;10(2)" by dr.azza badr[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/U2pZNE5LYmdLY2NleXppeDhCb2owd2YxZ0FDNWJub2IzNmNsM0ZCNlpIQT0tLU51UHBhN3JGQ0ZmOWJYclJTdWRKNkE9PQ==--429eb979b597c8159c3230f2bb5e087f0b6765ca/t/sPPdN-QcSQb5L-bxcsdM/resource/work/8539260/Hamed_A_A_Omerand_Azza_M_M_Badr_Growth_Performance_of_New_Zealand_White_Rabbits_Fed_Diets_Containing_Different_Levels_of_Pea_StrawLife_Science_Journal_2013_10_2_?email_work_card=title


Effect of Chemical Composition of Alfalfa Hay on Several . Digestive Measurements in Growing Rabbits" by Rosa Carabaño[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/VldVYTkrN3FQVmVjZzBlT0tPSXFNN3lJWks5a0JDbSs2Nm0vWk5yNTAvZz0tLThQaE85MTc3Vlo2YmdwVSsrTFpJdWc9PQ==--90cc8df7accb7e7757b217e27490b7698e7cf5a0/t/sPPdN-Qa9cnMB-B2d8N/resource/work/24812249/Effect_of_Chemical_Composition_of_Alfalfa_Hay_on_Several_Digestive_Measurements_in_Growing_Rabbits?email_work_card=title

EFFECT OF FEEDING OLIVE CAKE SUPPLEMENTED WITH OR WITHOUT BENTONITE ON PERFORMANCE OF GROWING RABBITS" by mohamed basyony[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/aGhEa0Y3MXpTUm9QK0g4NS8rbGVZTmwyL3Q2Wmd1bFh0VzhhYTFkR1lGTT0tLWdvNlFRT0hhcEowVy9ESGpQTFplTHc9PQ==--e954ae63b78666fe8b6026136d1caa841a3244e7/t/sPPdN-QaECJQk-baz1zi/resource/work/36496594/EFFECT_OF_FEEDING_OLIVE_CAKE_SUPPLEMENTED_WITH_OR_WITHOUT_BENTONITE_ON_PERFORMANCE_OF_GROWING_RABBITS?email_work_card=title


GROWTH PERFORMANCE, BLOOD COMPONENTS AND SLAUGHTER TRAITS OF NEW ZEALAND WHITE MALE GROWING RABBITS AS AFFECTED BY DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION WITH CALCIUM, SODIUM OR POTASSIUM, IN SUB-TROPICAL EGYPT[edit | edit source]

by Prof. Dr. Mohamed Salah Ayyathttps://www.academia.edu/keypass/SU9MMGRUSEhLWGlNT20zaXdkTXEyUjJYYWlFaDI2RHRqNnZtYXF1Z1d6WT0tLUphSHIxRlRRbUZQQituR25Gc0dkK2c9PQ==--841cf9236890a2487e4a977273720546ef9a32dc/t/sPPdN-QaqqFUB-nAEXb/resource/work/12692254/GROWTH_PERFORMANCE_BLOOD_COMPONENTS_AND_SLAUGHTER_TRAITS_OF_NEW_ZEALAND_WHITE_MALE_GROWING_RABBITS_AS_AFFECTED_BY_DIETARY_SUPPLEMENTATION_WITH_CALCIUM_SODIUM_OR_POTASSIUM_IN_SUB_TROPICAL_EGYPT?email_work_card=title

Additional energy supplements in the diet for growing rabbits" by Prof. Dr. Mohamed Salah Ayyat[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/NHFKYlphcXg4VWNzZGVkSDVmVVFXYXlqOCtHSEVrd3RLN0NQN2xDZFZwYz0tLVVFcFpIZE9zV3pEWWRkU1Z5N09JcUE9PQ==--b6e433ce56d2392549ee5b405d73fa8c16e303ff/t/sPPdN-QaifWu2-bfmPBZ/resource/work/23248022/Additional_energy_supplements_in_the_diet_for_growing_rabbits?email_work_card=title

Influence of dietary benzoic acid addition on nutrient digestibility and selected biochemical parameters in fattening rabbits" by K. Fegeros[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/b2lheWJTUWNnUEVBTG5Ddm1YamhzSDQySGNZd0k1TVV1aE1ldmFVR1RGVT0tLUNLSk5MYmlvYW1kN29STUUzSCtPelE9PQ==--917462902d2600191af2d70536465a40bd316be4/t/sPPdN-QepHj7D-VtVZd/resource/work/30474431/Influence_of_dietary_benzoic_acid_addition_on_nutrient_digestibility_and_selected_biochemical_parameters_in_fattening_rabbits?email_work_card=title


COMMERCIAL ENZYMES[edit | edit source]

EFFECT OF USING COMMERCIAL ENZYMES TO IMPROVE DIETS CONTAINED PEANUT HAY ON PERFORMANCE OF GROWING RABBITS" by Fathy Atta[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/OUJlVHFVTHozWlFQYW9idGdPUmJSUHJFZElZdGRXR3Fpc04rZU41N1IrZz0tLXlWY2FhdldaTll1Y1AwbEpxczAxbXc9PQ==--e16599d129e829b7da7a4ca4d6c379ce72e7532b/t/sPPdN-QeUbKK9-bxtmgk/resource/work/7230460/EFFECT_OF_USING_COMMERCIAL_ENZYMES_TO_IMPROVE_DIETS_CONTAINED_PEANUT_HAY_ON_PERFORMANCE_OF_GROWING_RABBITS?email_work_card=title

RESPONSE OF GROWING RABBITS TO DIETS CONTAINING DIFFERENT LEVELS OF WHEAT SCREENING BY-PRODUCT WITH OR WITHOUT ENZYME SUPPLEMENTATION " by Ibrahim abaza[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/bGpGeEkrdzZ3NE5PU2hKYUNZdmRQN1JMYjdqMU51RGc0clRmTStHTVhwbz0tLTF5bnhHY0V1TUxLNnZrR1N1WmdmVVE9PQ==--e42c63ee99bdc464d47fa63c8decab24ae97b4fb/t/sPPdN-Qc5erQc-bhct0a/resource/work/5108323/RESPONSE_OF_GROWING_RABBITS_TO_DIETS_CONTAINING_DIFFERENT_LEVELS_OF_WHEAT_SCREENING_BY_PRODUCT_WITH_OR_WITHOUT_ENZYME_SUPPLEMENTATION?email_work_card=title


EFFECT OF DIETARY CORN COBS AND ENZYMES SUPPLEMENTATION ON GROWING RABBITS PERFORMANCE[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/8019560/EFFECT_OF_DIETARY_CORN_COBS_AND_ENZYMES_SUPPLEMENTATION_ON_GROWING_RABBITS_PERFORMANCE?email_work_card=title Ibrahim abaza


EFFECT OF ENZYMES AND PROBIOTIC MIXTURESUPPLEMENTATION TO THE DIET OF GROWING FEMALE RABBITS ON PERFORMANCE AND CARCASS CRITERIA" by Mohamed El-Sagheer[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/bFNjQ1hweHdXMU5jZStuaTVwR0FNMEl2S2FHYzNLa2twOExReE9oeU9OVT0tLUQ5RXdoNElpYzlpUGJCK0hmMnhseVE9PQ==--05cb9b9a585550db2c1c6d59abe3c29322dc3ee1/t/sPPdN-QaMLryt-K4jEZ/resource/work/11938475/EFFECT_OF_ENZYMES_AND_PROBIOTIC_MIXTURESUPPLEMENTATION_TO_THE_DIET_OF_GROWING_FEMALE_RABBITS_ON_PERFORMANCE_AND_CARCASS_CRITERIA?email_work_card=title



REFLECTIONS ON RABBIT NUTRITION WITH A SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON FEED INGREDIENTS UTILIZATION[edit | edit source]

REFLECTIONS ON RABBIT NUTRITION WITH A SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON FEED INGREDIENTS UTILIZATION " REFLECTIONS ON RABBIT NUTRITION WITH A SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON FEED INGREDIENTS UTILIZATION LEBAS F. Cuniculture, 87a Chemin de Lassère, 31450 Corronsac, France lebas@cuniculture.info ABSTRACT In this invited communication the author proposes a list of nutritional recommendations for rabbits of different categories: growing from 18 to 42 days, from 42 to 80 days, for breeding does according to productivity (40-50 kits weaned per doe/year or more than 50) and for a single diet suitable for all rabbits. Recommendations taking account the last published data, are divided in 2 groups. The first corresponds to nutrients which contribute mainly to feed efficiency: digestible energy, crude and digestible protein, amino acids, minerals, and fat-soluble vitamins. The second group corresponds to nutrients which contribute mainly to nutritive security and digestive health: different fibre components (lignins, cellulose, hemicelluloses) and their equilibrium, starch and water soluble vitamins. In a second part, 387 papers published during the last 30 years on raw material utilisation in rabbit feeding were analysed. In a total of 14 tables, the 542 corresponding experiments were summarised each by the identification of the raw material, by the highest level of incorporation used in the experiment, by the highest acceptable level, by the main ingredient(s) replaced by the raw material studied, and finally by the authors reference. Raw materials studied were those used in temperate as well as in tropical countries. The raw material were grouped according to the following categories : raw material used as single food (24 experiments), cereals and by-products (43 exp.), other carbohydrates source of energy (62 exp.), fats (27 exp.), full-fat oleaginous grains (10 exp.), oil cakes and meals (43 exp.), proteic seeds such peas or beans (42 exp.), miscellaneous sources of protein such yeast or leaf protein (18 exp.), animal products (21 exp.), non-protein nitrogen source such urea (9 exp.), forages (157 exp.), cereal straws, alkali treated or not (33 exp.), cover or parts of dried grains source of fibre such stalks, hulls or cobs (19 exp.) and industrial by-products usable as fibre source (51 exp.). Key words: nutritional recommendations, raw materials, data basis"

Effect of energy restriction in interaction with genotype on the performance of growing rabbits: II. Carcass traits and meat quality" by Z. Szendrő[edit | edit source]

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Response of New Zealand Rabbits to Diet Containing Guava Waste (Psidium Guaijava L.): 1. Effect on Growth Performance, Diet Digestibility and Economic Efficiency" by hadil samy[edit | edit source]

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DOI: Response of New Zealand Rabbits to Diet Containing Guava Waste (Psidium Guaijava L.): 1. Effect on Growth Performance, Diet Digestibility and Economic Efficiency" by Fathy Abdel-Fattah[edit | edit source]

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INCLUSION OF DRIED AGRO-INDUSTRIAL STRAWBERRY BY- PRODUCTS IN GROWING RABBIT DIETS" by mohamed basyony[edit | edit source]

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Rabbit’s performance, health and meat quality improvement by phyto-additives" by Attawit Kovitvadhi[edit | edit source]

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PRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF GROWING RABBITS FED DIET CONTAINING DIFFERENT LEVELS OF TOMATO POMACE" by Mahmoud Elazab[edit | edit source]

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Growth performance, carcass quality, biochemical and haematological traits and immune response of growing rabbits as affected by different growth promoters" by Youssef Attia[edit | edit source]

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EVALUATION OF EGYPTIAN TREE WILLOW (Salix safsafs) LEAVES AND ITS FEEDING AFFECT ON PRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF NEW ZEALAND WHITE RABBITS" by mohamed basyony[edit | edit source]

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UTILIZATION OF Ziziphus spina-christi LEAVES AS A NATURAL GROWTH PROMOTER IN RABBIT'S RATIONS" by mohamed basyony[edit | edit source]

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Effect of replacement of berseem (Trifolium alexandrinum L.) hay by berseem silage on performance of growing rabbits" by Hamed Gaafar[edit | edit source]

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Oil added to feed[edit | edit source]

https://www.mdpi.com/2077-0472/11/7/662


Effects of Rocket Seed Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, and Their Mixture on Growth Performance, Feed Utilization, Digestibility, Redox Status, and Meat Fatty Acid Profile of Growing Rabbits[edit | edit source]

https://www.mdpi.com/2077-0472/11/7/662

Improving the Utilization of Rabbit Diets Containing Vegetable Oil by Using Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) And Oregano (Origanum vulgare L) as Feed Additives" by dr.azza badr[edit | edit source]

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Study of the effect of grape seed extract as a natural antioxidant on the performance of New Zealand White (NZW) rabbits during summer season in Egypt Fawzia A. Hassan1; Khalid M. Mahrose2 and Mohamed Basyony3" by mohamed basyony[edit | edit source]

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Wire caging and flooring[edit | edit source]

http://shinysatins.weebly.com/wire-floor-research.html

Will need each study linked here in case shiny stains ever goes down ...


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6617535/

Trancing[edit | edit source]

2021 new Study Effect of tonic immobility induction on selected physiological parameters in Oryctolagus cuniculus f. Domesticus rabbits: 2021[edit | edit source]

January 2021 Medycyna Weterynaryjna https://www.researchgate.net/publication/350946951_Effect_of_tonic_immobility_induction_on_selected_physiological_parameters_in_Oryctolagus_cuniculus_f_Domesticus_rabbits

" Tonic immobility (TI) is a phenomenon known as thanatosis or apparent death. The phenomenon can be induced in many ways. It occurs, for example, in the presence of a hazard, as a result of coercion through an unnatural body position or as a result of administration of certain medicines. TI is sometimes used in veterinary practice to tame patients. The aim of the study was to determine the effect of tonic immobility induction on selected physiological parameters in Oryctolagus cuniculus f. Domesticus rabbits. The study included 20 healthy rabbits, patients of a veterinary clinic, divided into two groups of 10 individuals. In the study group, TI was induced to conduct a standard clinical trial, while the control group were subjected to a standard clinical trial without TI. Heart rate, respiratory rate, pupil diameter and blood glucose concentration were measured in all animals. The measurements were performed three times: after the patient’s arrival at the clinic, after a detailed clinical examination in a normal or tonic immobility position and 15 minutes after the end of the examination. Additionally, the blood cortisol concentration was measured twice: on arrival at the clinic and at the end of the clinical trial. The results of the experiment show that miniature rabbits feel less stress during tonic immobility testing than rabbits in the standing position, and therefore this phenomenon should be used for taming animals. "


1977 Old study: LIMBIC MODULATION OF CONTACT DEFENSIVE IMMOBILITY ("ANIMAL HYPNOSIS")[edit | edit source]

this study that many animal welfare agencies still parrot as valid has been debunked due to it's methodology, and rabbits rolled on their back are done so in a controlled manner for show, grooming and veterinary examination. The rabbits in this study were rapidly slammed there backs in a trough, and them forcibly held down for 15 second with the researcher's hand around their throat. The point of this study was to induce fear in the rabbit to induce the state of tonic immobility. later studies have shown simple rolling a rabbit on it's back actually calms it.

https://www.academia.edu/35547602/LIMBIC_MODULATION_OF_CONTACT_DEFENSIVE_IMMOBILITY_ANIMAL_HYPNOSIS_?source=swp_share Preoperative

Behavioral Testing
Each rabbit was subjected to an immobiliza-tion test session prior to implantation of recording electrodes. The rabbit was transported from the colony room to the test room in a large box. The rabbit was taken from the transport 
box and placed in an upright position in a wooden V-shaped trough as previously described (Woodruff et al., 1975). Immobility was induced 15 sec later by rapidly inverting the rabbit and forcibly re-straining it in the inverted 
position by pressing the thorax with one hand.  After 15 sec had elapsed, the hand was slowly with drawn and a clock started to time the duration of the response. If the rabbit did not become immobile within 15 sec, it was 
allowed to right itself and remain in the upright position for an additional 15 sec before another trial commenced. Three consecutive induction trials were given in this manner.


Tonic immobility in rabbits is pretty much stated as fact , but finding any studies that actually prove flipping them over induces that state are hard to come by. it is generally understood as meaning the animal has to be physically incapable of movement, but obviously in real life, rabbits are able to flip themselves back over. that said , the study this was taken from was a single study done in the 70's where 12 rabbits were studied by being put into induced "tonic immobility" ie "trancing". by being SLAMMED into trays on there backs. The process of flipping a rabbit onto it's back .. did not cause it to be tranced.. the action of SLAMMING IT VIOLENTLY into a hard surface and forcibly restraining it buy grabbing it neck did.. knocking the wind out of it and stunning it.. yet THAT is the study that is parroted by HRS.



1975 Old study using same abusive methodology to induce TI state: Cholinergic Modulation of Tonic Immobility in the Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)[edit | edit source]

Michael Woodruff 1975, Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology

Cholinergic Modulation of Tonic Immobility in the Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)

HEAT RELATED[edit | edit source]

1997 [1]Effects of heat stress on growth, carcass traits and blood components of New Zealand White rabbits fed various dietary energy–fibre levels, under Egyptian conditions[edit | edit source]

Study on the Optimal Crude Papaya Latex Content of Growing Rabbit Diet under Summer Conditions: Effects on Growth Performance and Immune Status" by Khaled ElKholy[edit | edit source]

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Influence of elevated ambient temperature upon some physiological measurements of New Zealand White rabbits" by Ahmed Alhaidary[edit | edit source]

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Evaluation of Using Honey, Cool Water and Levamisole against Heat Stress on Different Traits of Rabbits under Egyptian Summer Conditions" by World's Veterinary Journal Editor[edit | edit source]

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Genetics and Cross Breeding[edit | edit source]

Crossbreeding experiments on meat rabbits in Northern Mediterranean Countries: a survey" by Giorgio Masoero[edit | edit source]

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bulk dump so sort through :[edit | edit source]

An edition of Standard of perfection for rabbits, cavies, mice, rats, skin and fur bearing animals (1920)[edit | edit source]

Standard of perfection for rabbits, cavies, mice, rats, skin and fur bearing animals. by American Rabbit Breeders Association https://openlibrary.org/works/OL13846046W/Standard_of_perfection_for_rabbits_cavies_mice_rats_skin_and_fur_bearing_animals?edition=ia%3Astandardofperfec00amer


An edition of Standard of perfection for cavies .. (1922)[edit | edit source]

Standard of perfection for cavies by United cavy breeders association, inc https://openlibrary.org/works/OL13846011W/Standard_of_perfection_for_cavies_..?edition=ia%3Astandardofperfec00unit


Productive performance carcass traits and some physiological changes in rabbits Fed on acacia desert plants[edit | edit source]

lamiaa asal https://www.academia.edu/7232224/Productive_performance_carcass_traits_and_some_physiological_changes_in_rabbits_Fed_on_acacia_desert_plants?email_work_card=title


2002 - Berchiche et Kadi - CIHEAM - Kabyle rabbit  : Rabbit genetic resources in Mediterranean countries[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/27542137/2002_Berchiche_et_Kadi_CIHEAM_Kabyle_rabbit?email_work_card=title


Productive and physiological responses of growing rabbits to dietary organic chromium addition " by Khaled ElKholy[edit | edit source]

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EFFECT OF USING SOME LOCAL SOURCES OF PROTEIN ON PRODUCTIVE AND REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF RABBITS" by Ibrahim abaza[edit | edit source]

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Additional energy supplements in the diet for growing rabbits" by Prof. Dr. Mohamed Salah Ayyat[edit | edit source]

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Rabbits Productive, Reproductive and Physiological Traits as Affected by Drinking Saline Water: A Review" by Dr Khalid Mahrose[edit | edit source]

https://www.academia.edu/keypass/WUtibTJKaUV0LzNtWGZ6Mk84eDl5OUk4NGxGVkd2U0dVNXArM3hOOXY1ND0tLVdOUUNjdTcxckpLTlcxVjRSRGpvZFE9PQ==--db0d1151254b325cd83e664e19440936125de4f8/t/sPPdN-QaUT6vM-Kukhw/resource/work/32043630/Rabbits_Productive_Reproductive_and_Physiological_Traits_as_Affected_by_Drinking_Saline_Water_A_Review?email_work_card=title


Evidence-Based Rabbit Housing and Nutrition[edit | edit source]

https://sci-hub.se/10.1016/j.cvex.2017.04.006 CURRENTLY REVIEWING.



CAN'T FIND IT.. HA SA PAYWALL https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-access-ScienceDirect-research-papers-without-paying