USDA Egg Grading Manual

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
August 31, 2021
Price
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Overview

This discusses information to serve as an aid in teaching both beginning and experienced egg graders the correct interpretation and application of US standards, grades, and weight classes for shell eggs.

The materials presented in this manual serve as a useful guide for short courses or grading schools. Its use should be supplemented with lectures, group discussions, and demonstrations as needed. The contents should also prove useful to those teaching the marketing of eggs.

USDA Egg Grading Manual (USDA) (AH-75) Revised July 2000.

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