Poultry Q&A

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
May 2, 2022
Price
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Overview

Fifty years ago, poultry was eaten only on special occasions. Today most people eat it quite often. This poultry Q&A will answer your questions about poultry and poultry products.

Today's poultry industry is able to produce good, low-priced products that are a great source of protein. These advances in the poultry industry are the result of:Improved nutritionBetter animal husbandrySelective breedingEnhanced disease controlThis poultry Q&A will help to answer your questions about poultry and poultry products including:Biology/Behavior/AnatomyIncubation/EmbryologyProducts/Food Safety(4 pages)

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