Abstracts of 38th Symposium on Cuniculture, ASESCU. Zamora, Spain, 30th-31st May, 2013.
The 38th Congress of the Spanish Association of Cuniculture (ASESCU) was held in Zamora from 30th to 31st of May 2013. This edition was mainly devoted to analysing the current situation of production costs in rabbit farming, processing of rabbit meat and new aspects in relation to rabbit diseases. The main papers were related to economic weights in rabbit meat production and production costs in terms of productivity, the cost of feed ingredients, new trends in rabbit meat processing, crossbreds in rabbit farming, hygiene on industrial rabbit farms, feed restriction and de-medicalisation and the new rabbit haemorrhagic disease, as well as the state of the knowledge on epizootic rabbit enteropathy. In addition, 2 round tables were held on the future of rabbit meat presentations and the unified market of Spain and Portugal for rabbit meat. Moreover, a total of 24 communications were presented, both in working sessions with oral communications and posters (pathology, technical-economical management, nutrition, meat and carcass quality and reproduction). The meeting was attended by more than 160 participants, including researchers from Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Ecuador, Egypt, and Tunisia. The abstracts of the contributions presented are reported below.
rabbit; abastract; asescu; symposium
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