Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Negative effects of stress immediately before slaughter on pork quality are aggravated by suboptimal transport and lairage conditions.
The lairage was eventually removed in March 2011 and the chiller in January 2012 and were replaced by mobile structures.
Farmers Fresh applied to increase the size of the lairage - the area in which animals are kept before slaughter - but carried out the work ahead of a decision.
abattoir lairage and supermarket shelf are becoming meaningless as the
After completing university, he worked for nine months at ABP Ellesmere, gaining experience in the boning hall and learning the retail side of the business, while also working in the lairage at Shrewsbury and Sturminster Newton in Dorset.
Contract award: The neutralization of the presence of predatory mammals and farm animals in the lairage waders and providing genetic diversity of birds in the gray gull colonies on islands in the river bed in 2015.
The slaughtering was conducted in accordance with standard veterinary and technological regulations and took place after 2 hours of lairage.
The Jones family already composts 5,000 tonnes of animal and lairage waste annually from the giant St Merryn Meats slaughterhouse near Merthyr Tydfil for use on their 600-acre arable and livestock farm.
After three days in lairage, they were loaded on the Cimbria for a three-day journey up the St Lawrence river, followed by a very rough seven-day crossing of the Atlantic.
The slaughterhouse had been processing post-parturition ewes in the lairage (place for keeping livestock temporarily) at the end of May.
Farmers Fresh built the covered lairage - where animals are kept on site prior to killing - without district council permission.