Selenium content in tissues and meat quality in rabbits fed selenium yeast
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Weaned rabbits were fed a basal (control) diet containing 0.12 mg Se/kg or the basal diet supplemented with Se-enriched yeast. Samples of meat, liver and hair were taken and analyzed. No effect of Se on growth, feed conversion and dressing out percentagewas observed. Loin and hindleg meat, liver and hair of control rabbits contained in average 93, 98, 521 and 267 microg Se/kg, respectively. In treated rabbits the corresponding data were 400, 389, 1 414 and 914 microg Se/kg. Oxidative stability of meatstored for 3 and 6 days. Thus, the enrichment of meat with Se is the main benefit of Se supplementation of rabbit diets.
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