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Studies on the performance and carcass characters of Korean Native fowls and their crossbreds



Studies on the performance and carcass characters of Korean Native fowls and their crossbreds



RDA Journal of Agricultural Science, Livestock 35(2): 549-553



At 20 weeks of age, body weight of Korean Native (KN) fowls, KN x Dekalb Warren and KN x White Plymouth Rock fowls averaged 1945.4, 2056.8 and 2898.8 g respectively, feed conversion 4.796, 4.711 and 4.271 kg feed per kg gain, carcass yield 67.6, 67.7 and 69.3%, abdominal fat accumulation 2.24, 2.11 and 4.15%, and the crude fat content in breast and thigh meat (without skin) 1.98, 1.62 and 2.26%.

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