Poultry Science

tional Sciences , University of New Hampshire , Kendall Hall , Durham , NH
03824 ( 1995 ; 2 ) . University Park , PA 16802 ( 1995 ; 1 ) . * W . B. Roush ,
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Vol. 5 includes a separately paged special issue, dated June 1926.

Poultry Science

The book concludes with an in-depth, invaluable chapter on applying for internships and positions for the start of a successful career.

Author: Colin G. Scanes

Publisher: Waveland Press

ISBN: 1478640375

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 475

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Poultry production continues to make tremendous advances. This thoroughly revised fifth edition of Scanes’ seminal, comprehensive text presents students and professionals alike with valuable, research-based material relevant to all stages of a poultry career. Areas covered include global and commercial poultry production; poultry business organization; and production of meat chickens (broilers), turkeys, eggs, ducks, geese, game birds, and other poultry. Other chapters cover the fundamental science behind production: poultry biology, genetics, behavior, diseases/health, housing, ventilation, and processing. New or greatly expanded sections cover biosecurity; poultry stress/welfare; feed additives; food safety; incubation; controlling pests; poultry waste and environmental issues; brooding; and organic, free-range, and niche poultry production. “Points for Discussion” and “Deeper Dive” sections highlight key examples and provide further context and empirical data for critical areas in poultry production, giving students a first-hand look at issues in both small and large operations. The book concludes with an in-depth, invaluable chapter on applying for internships and positions for the start of a successful career.

Poultry Science

Poultry Science. 2007;86:232– 240. Fan HP, Xie M, Wang WW, Hou SS, Huang
W. Effects of dietary energy on growth performance and carcass quality of white
growing Pekin ducks from two to six weeks of age. Poultry Science. 2008 ...

Author: Milad Manafi

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9535129457

Category: Cooking

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When it comes to life science and specially by considering animal-origin protein, one of the main topics to gain importance with respect to human nutrition and health is poultry science. This book presents an introductory overview to the different fields/branches of poultry science with four main divisions: different feed resources for poultry, biofilms of salmonella and campylobacter in the poultry industry, prevention of different contaminants in modern poultry farms, and mycotoxins in poultry feed. This book will be beneficial for the graduate students, teachers, researchers, farmers, and other professionals, who are interested to fortify and expand their knowledge about chicken products in fields of poultry science, biotechnology, plant science, and agriculture.

Poultry Science Chicken Culture

Salsbury's system for research, marketing, and educational consultation not only
paved the way for the academic field of poultry science but it also anticipated the
growth of poultry raising as a profit center linking the vertically integrated poultry ...

Author: Susan M. Squier

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 0813552362

Category: Social Science

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Poultry Science, Chicken Culture is a collection of engrossing, witty, and thought-provoking essays about the chicken-the familiar domestic bird that has played an intimate part in our cultural, scientific, social, economic, legal, and medical practices and concerns since ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Organized as a primer, the book reaches beyond narrow disciplines to discover why individuals are so fascinated with the humble, funny, overlooked, and omnipresent chicken. Spanning fascinating and diverse fields, Susan Merrill Squier assesses the chicken as the focus of film, photography, and visual art in many media; details some of the roles played by chickens and eggs in the development of embryology, biology, and regenerative medicine; traces the iconic figure of the chicken (and the chicken thief) in political discourse during the 2008 presidential election; demonstrates the types of knowledge that have been lost as food production moved from small-scale farming to industrial agriculture; investigates the connection between women and chickens; analyzes the fears and risks behind the panic around avian flu; and scrutinizes the role of chicken farming in international development. A combination of personal passion and surprising scholarly information, Poultry Science, Chicken Culture will change forever the way you think about chickens.


Handbook of Poultry Science and Technology Primary Processing

Throughout, the coverage focuses on one paramount objective: an acceptable quality and a safe product for consumer purchase and use. The text includes safety requirements and regulatory enforcement in the United States, EU, and Asia.

Author: Isabel Guerrero-Legarreta

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470504444

Category: Technology & Engineering

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A comprehensive reference for the poultry industry—Volume 1 describes everything from husbandry up to preservation With an unparalleled level of coverage, the Handbook of Poultry Science and Technology provides an up-to-date and comprehensive reference on poultry processing. Volume 1 describes husbandry, slaughter, preservation, and safety. It presents all the details professionals need to know beginning with live poultry through to the freezing of whole poultry and predetermined cut parts. Throughout, the coverage focuses on one paramount objective: an acceptable quality and a safe product for consumer purchase and use. The text includes safety requirements and regulatory enforcement in the United States, EU, and Asia. Volume 1: Primary Processing is divided into seven parts: Poultry: biology to pre-mortem status—includes such topics as classification and biology, competitive exclusion, transportation to the slaughterhouse, and more Slaughtering and cutting—includes the slaughterhouse building and required facilities, equipment, and operations; carcass evaluation and cutting; kosher and halal slaughter; and more Preservation: refrigeration and freezing—includes the biology and physicochemistry of poultry meat in rigor mortis under ambient temperature, as well as changes that occur during freezing and thawing; engineering principles; equipment and processes; quality; refrigeration and freezing for various facilities; and more Preservation: heating, drying, chemicals, and irradiation Composition, chemistry, and sensory attributes—includes quality characteristics, microbiology, nutritional components, chemical composition, and texture of raw poultry meat Eggs—includes egg attributes, science, and technology Sanitation and Safety—includes PSE, poultry-related foodborne diseases, OSHA requirements, HACCP and its application, and more

Poultry Meat

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Poultry Husbandry . ALABAMA Auburn University , Auburn . C . H . Moore , head .
Poultry Science Dept . MONTANA Montana State Collegt , Bozeman .

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Handbook of Poultry Science and Technology Secondary Processing

A comprehensive reference for the poultry industry—Volume 2 describes poultry processing from raw meat to final retail products With an unparalleled level of coverage, the Handbook of Poultry Science and Technology provides an up-to-date ...

Author: Isabel Guerrero-Legarreta

Publisher: John Wiley and Sons

ISBN: 9780470504468

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 630

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A comprehensive reference for the poultry industry—Volume 2 describes poultry processing from raw meat to final retail products With an unparalleled level of coverage, the Handbook of Poultry Science and Technology provides an up-to-date and comprehensive reference on poultry processing. Volume 2: Secondary Processing covers processing poultry from raw meat to uncooked, cooked or semi-cooked retail products. It includes the scientific, technical, and engineering principles of poultry processing, methods and product categories, product manufacturing and attributes, and sanitation and safety. Volume 2: Secondary Processing is divided into seven parts: Secondary processing of poultry products—an overview Methods in processing poultry products—includes emulsions and gelations; breading and battering; mechanical deboning; marination, cooking, and curing; and non-meat ingredients Product manufacturing—includes canned poultry meat, turkey bacon and sausage, breaded product (nuggets), paste product (pâté), poultry ham, luncheon meat, processed functional egg products, and special dietary products for the elderly, the ill, children, and infants Product quality and sensory attributes—includes texture and tenderness, protein and poultry meat quality, flavors, color, handling refrigerated poultry, and more Engineering principles, operations, and equipment—includes processing equipment, thermal processing, packaging, and more Contaminants, pathogens, analysis, and quality assurance—includes microbial ecology and spoilage in poultry and poultry products; campylobacter; microbiology of ready-to-eat poultry products; and chemical and microbial analysis Safety systems in the United States—includes U.S. sanitation requirements, HACCP, U.S. enforcement tools and mechanisms

Poultry Science

This book is compiled in such a manner, that it will provide in-depth knowledge about the theory and practice of poultry science.

Author: Gideon Waddell

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ISBN: 9781635492293

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This book is compiled in such a manner, that it will provide in-depth knowledge about the theory and practice of poultry science. The main aim of the text is to familiarize students with the fundamental concepts of poultry science and make them understand the primary techniques used in this field. Poultry science is the field of agriculture which deals with the raising and management of poultry birds like geese, chicken, turkey and ducks, for food. The topics covered in this extensive text deal with the core subjects of poultry science. This textbook aims to serve as a resource guide for students and contribute to the growth of the discipline. The various sub-fields of poultry science along with technological progress that have future implications are glanced at in this book.

Principles of Poultry Science

Domesticated poultry: a description; The products; Growth; Female reproduction; Male reproduction; Incubation; Poultry breeding and genetic improvement; Nutrition and feeding; Housing and welfare.

Author: S. P. Rose

Publisher: C A B International

ISBN: 9780851991221

Category: Nature

Page: 135

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Domesticated poultry: a description; The products; Growth; Female reproduction; Male reproduction; Incubation; Poultry breeding and genetic improvement; Nutrition and feeding; Housing and welfare.


Poultry Science Chicken Culture

Organized as a primer, the book reaches beyond narrow disciplines to discover why individuals are so fascinated with the humble, funny, overlooked, and omnipresent chicken.

Author: Susan Merrill Squier

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 0813549248

Category: Science

Page: 256

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Poultry Science, Chicken Culture is a collection of engrossing, witty, and thought-provoking essays about the chicken-the familiar domestic bird that has played an intimate part in our cultural, scientific, social, economic, legal, and medical practices and concerns since ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Organized as a primer, the book reaches beyond narrow disciplines to discover why individuals are so fascinated with the humble, funny, overlooked, and omnipresent chicken. Spanning fascinating and diverse fields, Susan Merrill Squier assesses the chicken as the focus of film, photography, and visual art in many media; details some of the roles played by chickens and eggs in the development of embryology, biology, and regenerative medici≠ traces the iconic figure of the chicken (and the chicken thief) in political discourse during the 2008 presidential election; demonstrates the types of knowledge that have been lost as food production moved from small-scale farming to industrial agriculture; investigates the connection between women and chickens; analyzes the fears and risks behind the panic around avian flu; and scrutinizes the role of chicken farming in international development. A combination of personal passion and surprising scholarly information, Poultry Science, Chicken Culture will change forever the way you think about chickens.


The Indian Journal of Animal Sciences

Pimental J L and Cook M E. 1987. Suppressed humoral immunity in chicks fed
diets deficient in sodium , chloride , or both sodium and chloride . Poultry Science
66 : 2005-10 . Praharaj N K , Reddy M R , Rama Rao S V , Shyam Sunder G and
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Poultry Science

The book concludes with an in-depth, invaluable chapter on applying for internships and positions for the start of a successful career.

Author: COLIN G. SCANES

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Colin G. Scanes with Karen D. ChristensenPoultry production continues to make tremendous advances. This thoroughly revised fifth edition of Scanes' seminal, comprehensive text presents students and professionals alike with valuable, research-based material relevant to all stages of a poultry career.Areas covered include global and commercial poultry production; poultry business organization; and production of meat chickens (broilers), turkeys, eggs, ducks, geese, game birds, and other poultry. Other chapters cover the fundamental science behind production: poultry biology, genetics, behavior, diseases/health, housing, ventilation, and processing. New or greatly expanded sections cover biosecurity; poultry stress/welfare; feed additives; food safety; incubation; controlling pests; poultry waste and environmental issues; brooding; and organic, free-range, and niche poultry production."Points for Discussion" and "Deeper Dive" sections highlight key examples and provide further context and empirical data for critical areas in poultry production, giving students a first-hand look at issues in both small and large operations. The book concludes with an in-depth, invaluable chapter on applying for internships and positions for the start of a successful career.

Application of Genetics and Genomics in Poultry Science

This book intends to provide readers with a comprehensive overview of the current progress in the application of genetic and genomic science in the poultry field.

Author: Xiaojun Liu

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 1789236304

Category: Cooking

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Genetics and genomics in poultry have been the most rapidly advancing subjects since the completion of the chicken genome sequence in 2004 and have been extensively used to understand the genetic determinants of complex traits. This book intends to provide readers with a comprehensive overview of the current progress in the application of genetic and genomic science in the poultry field. The contents cover genetic variation detection, selection methods for breeding, transgenesis and genome editing, genetic basis of disease resistance, control of gene expression and regulation, reproduction and meat quality, etc. The book should prove useful to researchers and students working in related fields.


Poultry Science

This volume Poultry Science presents an introductory overview to the different fields/branches of poultry science.

Author: Lanzo Mertens

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"Poultry, including meat and eggs, is major agricultural commodity in the world. At some point, almost everyone has eaten chicken, turkey, eggs, or other poultry products. Poultry have been on the earth for over 150 million years, dating back to the original wild jungle fowl. Now we include ducks, geese, turkeys, pheasants, pigeons, peafowl, guinea fowl and chickens in the list of species under the general term poultry. According to the researchers and scientists, 74% of the world's poultry meat, and 68 percent of eggs are produced in ways that are described as 'intensive'. One alternative to intensive poultry farming is free-range farming using lower stocking densities. Poultry producers routinely use nationally approved medications, such as antibiotics, in feed or drinking water, to treat disease or to prevent disease outbreaks. The interest in poultry and poultry products has grown tremendously in the last 20 years. Almost every country in the world has a poultry industry of some kind. Japan is steadily increasing their domestic production of both broilers and egg producing birds. Countries of the former Soviet Union have always been producing poultry and eggs and are continuing to increase their output to meet the new demand. China, the Middle East, and Africa are all areas where increasing demand for poultry has resulted in significant increases in the number of chickens being reared for meat and eggs. This volume Poultry Science presents an introductory overview to the different fields/branches of poultry science. It covers on special feed resources for poultry, biofilms of salmonella and campylobacter in the poultry production, and mycotoxins in poultry feed. It will review the basics of AI and fertility evaluation in poultry. To better appreciate the biological basis of these techniques, an overview of the reproductive biology of poultry is provided. Anticipation of different contaminants in modern poultry farms is provided as the consumption of poultry meat and products has increased as a consequence of economic crisis, driven by several factors, while people keep away from high priced beef/lamb meat or meat products. Meanwhile, due to this increasing demand in industry resulting strict measures in disease control and environmental factors, these products may involve some chemical and natural compounds with hazardous properties at detectable or even very low concentrations. This book will be of valuable for the graduate students, teachers, researchers, farmers, and other professionals, who are interested to fortify and expand their knowledge about chicken products in fields of poultry science, biotechnology, plant science, and agriculture."

Handbook of Poultry Science and Technology Two Volume Set

This definitive resource covers the link between meat quality and production process, which can help in solving potential quality problems, making this two-volume set an essential tool for all practitioners, libraries, scientists, ...

Author: Isabel Guerrero-Legarreta

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 9780470185377

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Poultry science covers raising and managing healthy chickens, turkeys, and ducks for eggs or meat. From live poultry up until retail production, Handbook of Poultry Processing provides an updated and comprehensive reference on everything related to the poultry industry, including scientific, technical, and engineering principles, methods, and product categories. This definitive resource covers the link between meat quality and production process, which can help in solving potential quality problems, making this two-volume set an essential tool for all practitioners, libraries, scientists, researchers, and academics in this field.

Handbook of Poultry Science and Technology Secondary Processing

A comprehensive reference for the poultry industry—Volume 2 describes poultry processing from raw meat to final retail products With an unparalleled level of coverage, the Handbook of Poultry Science and Technology provides an up-to-date ...

Author: Isabel Guerrero-Legarreta, Ph.D

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 9780470185537

Category: Technology & Engineering

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A comprehensive reference for the poultry industry—Volume 2 describes poultry processing from raw meat to final retail products With an unparalleled level of coverage, the Handbook of Poultry Science and Technology provides an up-to-date and comprehensive reference on poultry processing. Volume 2: Secondary Processing covers processing poultry from raw meat to uncooked, cooked or semi-cooked retail products. It includes the scientific, technical, and engineering principles of poultry processing, methods and product categories, product manufacturing and attributes, and sanitation and safety. Volume 2: Secondary Processing is divided into seven parts: Secondary processing of poultry products—an overview Methods in processing poultry products—includes emulsions and gelations; breading and battering; mechanical deboning; marination, cooking, and curing; and non-meat ingredients Product manufacturing—includes canned poultry meat, turkey bacon and sausage, breaded product (nuggets), paste product (pâté), poultry ham, luncheon meat, processed functional egg products, and special dietary products for the elderly, the ill, children, and infants Product quality and sensory attributes—includes texture and tenderness, protein and poultry meat quality, flavors, color, handling refrigerated poultry, and more Engineering principles, operations, and equipment—includes processing equipment, thermal processing, packaging, and more Contaminants, pathogens, analysis, and quality assurance—includes microbial ecology and spoilage in poultry and poultry products; campylobacter; microbiology of ready-to-eat poultry products; and chemical and microbial analysis Safety systems in the United States—includes U.S. sanitation requirements, HACCP, U.S. enforcement tools and mechanisms