DOI: https://doi.org/10.24919/2519-4100.3.168196

Prospects of using sulfur in the rabbits feeding

Ya Lesyk, A. Dychok

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Abstract. There are a number of developments in breeding and keeping rabbits at the modern scientific and technological level for efficient rabbit breeding. However, their nutritional issues, especially regarding the role of individual essential elements in the functioning of the body's protection system, reproduction and preservation of the offspring, have not been studied. Almost no experimental data on the mechanisms of physiological effects of individual nutritional elements in the rabbits bodies, in particular Sulfur. In the domestic literature, there is almost no information about the needs of rabbits in Sulfur, although such studies were initiated by Gzhytsky S. Z. on ruminant animals and extended by his pupils in other species of animals – Makar I. A., Palfiy F. Yu., Lagodyuk P. Z., Ratych I. B. In the studies performed in different periods of time found that the feeding of these animals with sodium sulfate as a source of Sulfur contributed to the digestion and assimilation of nutrients, to the improvement of the quality of the hair cover, to the transformation of feed nutrients into products and to the increase of animal productivity. Sulfur is an important element of the S-containing amino acids of the absolute majority of proteins, including those belonging to the number of hormones and enzymes.

An overview of the literature data suggests that normalization of Sulfur in the rabbits’ rations has not been developed in Ukraine; conducted researches have a fragmentary nature and relate, mainly, to the study of the influence of the salts on individual metabolic rates in the bodies of these animals.

Keywords: rabbit, sulfur, minerals, resistance, reproduction, productivity, need.


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