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Major Cause of Liver Condemnation and Associated Financial Loss at Kombolcha Elfora Abattoir, South Wollo, Ethiopia

@inproceedings{Mohammed2012MajorCO,
  title={Major Cause of Liver Condemnation and Associated Financial Loss at Kombolcha Elfora Abattoir, South Wollo, Ethiopia},
  author={Nurit Mohammed},
  year={2012}
}
A study was conducted from November, 2011 to April, 2012 on cattle slaughtered at Kombolcha ELFORA industrial abattoir with the aim of determining major causes of liver condemnation and to estimate the direct financial losses attributed to the condemned liver. Ante mortem and post-mortem inspection procedures were followed throughout the study and abnormalities encountered were recorded. A total of 1175 cattle were examined at ante mortem and 100 animals were found to have abnormalities… 

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