Influence of strain-cross, sex, and feeding programs on broiler chicken paw (feet) yield and quality.

@inproceedings{Bilgili2005InfluenceOS,
  title={Influence of strain-cross, sex, and feeding programs on broiler chicken paw (feet) yield and quality.},
  author={Sacit Faruk Bilgili and Margaret A Alley and Janice B Hess and Edward J. Moran},
  year={2005}
}
In two separate experiments (Exp), the effects of strain-cross (SC), sex, and feeding programs on foot quality and yields were determined. In Exp 1, male broilers from four SC were reared to 49 days of age on low and high energy feeding programs. In Exp 2, male and female broilers from two SC were reared to 42 days of age on four diverse feeding programs used by the commercial broiler industry. In each experiment, feet were separated during processing at the hock joint after defeathering… CONTINUE READING

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