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Using multiple regression equations for estimation of meatiness of meat-type hens



Using multiple regression equations for estimation of meatiness of meat-type hens



8th International Symposium on Current Problems in Avian Genetics Smolenice, April 3-6-1989, Czechoslovakia: 70-73



Meat yield of 162 fowls of 3 strains was estimated at 8 wk of age by regression analysis of length of breast bone, thickness of breast muscles, body weight, partial breast weight, weight of right-hand-side breast muscles and weight of meat on the right leg. Birds were then slaughtered to verify the predicted meat yield.

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