INDICATORS OF FERTILITY OF SOVIET CHINCHELLA RABBITS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR OFFSPRING IN THE URALS
A.R. Rustenov, Ye.T. Demeugaliyev
West Kazakhstan University named after M.Utemisov
West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named after Zhangir Khan
Abstract. The conducted studies established that the fertility of young rabbits,for one okrol brought 6.28 rabbits, their survival rate on the 21st day was 92.7%. During the year, the rabbits were bred 6.05 times, the total number of rabbits was 32-33 heads. The live weight at birth of rabbits is 68.9-69.2 g, on the 21st day an average of 279.3 g, the growth rate of 0-150 days was 54.07 times. In winter, the body temperature was 37.50 C, in summer 38.90 C, the respiratory rate was 56.7 and the pulse rate was 142.5 minutes. Hematological parameters of young animals were determined and established: hemoglobinins 96.05 g/l, erythrocytes 7.98 1012 /l and leukocytes 6.49109 / ml, blood biochemical parameters: total proteins 96.88%, albumins 47.86%, gamma-globulins 21.89%, beta-globulins 13.92%, alpha-globulins 10.21%. In young rabbits, the ratio of calcium to phosphorus was 1.81. Concluding the study, we note a high multiplicity of rabbits, intensive growth of young animals, therefore they can be grown in farms in the Urals.
Keywords: rabbit, Soviet chinchilla, female, body weight, rate of growth, hematology, biochemistry.
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