Comparative study about production and slaughtering performances in an industrial company with ROSS 308 standard chicken hybrid

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LV
Written by Carmen Viorica RADU, Elena POPESCU- MICLOȘANU

The aim of this paper is to study production and slaughtering efficiency of a poultry flock up to 50 days of age by using technological indexes compared to a standard flock of the same age. Two groups of 50 birds each (both males and females) were randomly taken from production house in this purpose. Parameters followed were: live weight, carcass weight, slaughtering output, and also cut and of-boned pieces of significant weight when marketed as well defined products (breast and legs). Statistical data processing methods were used to process data from in slaughterhouse: media, media error and variability coefficient. During next phase a comparative analyze between data from standard and experimental group (Student test) and finding of phenotypic correlations between body weight and cut parts at both sexes were used. Obtained results led to conclusion that there are significant differences of average production performances between experimental and standard group and these differences are in favor of standard group. Slaughtering outputs have shown differences from standard.

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Radu C. V., Popescu- Micloșanu E., 2012, Comparative study about production and slaughtering performances in an industrial company with ROSS 308 standard chicken hybrid. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LV, ISSN-L 2285-5750, 214-218.

 


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