Measurement and Analysis of the Shocks Generated During Egg Production

@inproceedings{Singh2009MeasurementAA,
  title={Measurement and Analysis of the Shocks Generated During Egg Production},
  author={Jay Bahadur Singh and C Ferrier and Paul Singh},
  year={2009}
}
In their journey from the laying cage to shipments out of an egg production operation, table eggs encounter multiple shock events. While all agricultural commodities run the possibility of dam­ age during the course of production, shell eggs are particularly sus­ ceptible to being cracked or broken during the production operation. A typical egg production facility experiences 2% to 7% checks (a par­ tial mechanical failure to the egg shell) during handling, packaging and transportation of shell… CONTINUE READING
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