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Study on the carcass yield grade traits and prediction of retail product weight in Hanwoo beef.
Key words: Broiler chickens, turmeric powder (curcuma longa), performance, carcass yield, gut microflora.
TABLE I EFFECT OF REARING SYSTEM AND GENDER ON LIVE WEIGHT, DAILY GAIN AND CARCASS YIELD OF CASTRATE MALE AND FEMALE CREOLE BEC PIGS Confinement Semi-Confinement Barrow Gilt Barrow Gilt Initial weight (kg) 23.
Pre-slaughter fasting negatively affects carcass yield of pigs, causing up to 5% of body weight loss, at a rate of 0.
Present research was planned to evaluate the efficacy of dried garlic powder on the modulation of serum cholesterol level improvement of growth performance carcass yield and immune status of broiler birds.
Carcass yield was consistently higher for blue catfish and hybrids than for channel catfish, and fillet yield was higher for hybrids than other fish.
The competition, which saw entries judged on carcass yield and value, rather than solely on grade, was won by a 366.
This result is in agreement with Tabeidian and Sadeghi [10] who suggested that use of soybean calcium salt fatty acids had no beneficial effect on carcass yield.
The relatively low price, the typically convenient portion and lack of religious restriction made poultry producers and consumers to focus on the poultry carcass yield, composition and quality (Jaturashita, 2004).
After slaughter, the carcasses were weighed and carcass yield was calculated according to the follow equation: HCY (%) = (HCW/SBW) x 100, where HCD = hot carcass yield, HCW = hot carcass weight, and SBW = slaughtered body weight.