Performance , Livability , Carcass Yield and Meat Quality of Tunisian Local Poultry and Fast-Growing Genotype ( Arbor Acres ) Fed Standard Diet and Raised Outdoor Access

@inproceedings{RaachMoujahed2013PerformanceL,
  title={Performance , Livability , Carcass Yield and Meat Quality of Tunisian Local Poultry and Fast-Growing Genotype ( Arbor Acres ) Fed Standard Diet and Raised Outdoor Access},
  author={A. Raach-Moujahed and Bozorg Haddad},
  year={2013}
}
The objectives of the present study have therefore been to compare the performances, the carcass yield and meat quality from local Tunisian poultry and fast-growing genotype (Arbor Acres). Local poultry and Arbor Acres were raised for 16 and 8 weeks respectively. The performances of local chickens were lower than those of the Arbor chickens under identical conditions (P<0.0001). They have a weight at 16 weeks (1249g) and a total DWG weak (10.81 g/d), whereas the Arbor have a BW at 8 weeks… CONTINUE READING

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