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Title: Application of Rose Hip Fruits as Feed Supplement in Animal Nutrition
Authors: GJorgovska, Natasha 
Grigorova, Svetlana
Levkov, Vesna 
Keywords: Rosa canina, effect, productive performances
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Scientific Array 3084 Owls Foot Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L5M 6W5, Canada
Project: Scientific Research Projects Committee at University Ss Ciril and Methodius in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia (project number 326-20). The Influence Of The Supplementation With Rosa Canina In Laying Hens nutrition On The Egg Production, Quality And Antioxidant Status
Journal: Journal of Agriculture Food and Development
Abstract: Rose hip (Rosa canina) fruits have been used in herbal remedies since ancient times. They are rich in a number of biologically active substances such as vitamins C, B1, B2, PP, K, vitamin E (in seeds), carotene (provitamin A), lycopene, pectin, flavonoids (campferol, quercetin, rutin), potassium, calcium, phosphorus salts. Rose hip seeds oil and residues are of special interest because of high content of linolenic acid. The aim of the current review was to describe the composition and properties of rosehip fruits and the effects of their supplementation to the feed of livestock animals, such as cattle, poultry and swine. Studies in animals prove positive effect in relation to both animal health and productivity in terms of quality and quantity, in cattle (milk and beef), pigs (pork yield and reproductive performance) and poultry (productive performance, egg quality).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/15578
DOI: DOI: https://doi.org/10.30635/2415-0142.2021.07.03
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