Effects of different raising systems on colour and quality characteristics of Turkish Pekin duck meats

@inproceedings{Lacin2008EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of different raising systems on colour and quality characteristics of Turkish Pekin duck meats},
  author={Ekrem Lacin and Muhammet Irfan Aksu and Muhlis Macit and Azibe Yildiz and M Hamdi Karaoğlu and Nurinisa Esenbuğa and Mehmet Akif Yoruk},
  year={2008}
}
The current trial was conducted to determine the influence of different raising systems on the meat quality properties of male Turkish Pekin ducks. Ninety male ducklings were randomly allocated to three experimental groups: an animal-fish integrated farming group (IG), a non-animal-fish integrated farming group (NIG) and a poultry house group (PHG). All ducklings were fed a starter diet from weeks 2 to 6 and a finisher diet from weeks 6 to 10. Feed and water were offered ad libitum. At the end… CONTINUE READING

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