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broiler

a young (about 8 weeks old) male or female chicken weighing 3 to 3.5 lb.
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With a comprehensive assessment of the meat qualities of the broiler chickens "Cobb-500" according to the methods of the FNC "VNITIP" RAS, master classes were held on anatomical cutting of carcasses and tasting of broiler meat.
The quality of broiler poultry products is at par with international standards and even Americans and Europeans consume the same broiler products being used in Pakistan.
During the reference period, the BAI recorded the highest farm-gate price of broiler chicken at P93 per kilogram, while the lowest was at P91 per kilogram.
The objective of the present experiment, therefore, was to investigate the effect of dietary Ca concentrations in low NPP diets containing phytase on growth performance, bone mineralization, litter quality, and FPD incidence in growing broiler chickens.
The feed cost represents more than 70% share of total broiler production cost, out of which the major portion is used to supply required dietary metabolizable energy (Jiang, 2004; Donohue and Cunningham, 2009).
Due to these reasons, the broiler meat is being supplied on high rates to the people, he said.
However, recent evidence-based comparisons of broiler chicken welfare began to clarify broiler chicken welfare in Brazilian industrial system (TUYTTENS et al.
Season wise prevalence of viral diseases in broiler flocks in District Lahore.