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WRC 2021: Improving lactation in female rabbits with Axion® Lactation

Productivity in female rabbits is constantly growing, leading to major nutritional requirements for the synthesis of milk and colostrum.

CCPA research has demonstrated that hyperprolific females are more likely to present with an excessive inflammatory condition that causes a fall in milk production resulting in young which are less lively at birth and have a low birth weight. 

AXION® LACTATION, the nutritional solution that improves lactation in female rabbits

The CCPA Group has developed a natural, planted-based nutritional solution that combines a concentrated baicalin extract, from Scutellaria Baicalensis, with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, with a mixture of selected vitamins and carnitine.
 
 
Added to the lactation feed, it helps to modulate the organism’s inflammatory response and sustain the animal’s performance.
 
Proven benefits: 
 
  • + 9% greater embryonic viability
  • - 1.5% fewer stillbirths
  • + 10% weight gain in young rabbits at 21 days

New trials confirm the impact of a nutrition plan on the development of the mammary gland that suggests an improvement in lactation

Improving reproductive performance is a major challenge for farmers, both from an economic point of view and in terms of animal welfare.

New trials, conducted in tandem with Hypharm, will be presented exclusively at the WRC 2021

They demonstrate the development of the mammary gland in the course of the first gestation, with an improvement in the onset of lactation thanks to a feed strategy in the fattening phase.
 
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