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Economic appraisal of carcass condemnation in Ibadan, Nigeria



Economic appraisal of carcass condemnation in Ibadan, Nigeria



Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 5(3): 293-298



An estimate was made of the economic loss due to carcass/organ condemnation in five abattoirs in and around Ibadan. The estimates are based on actual recorded losses due to carcass and organ condemnation at post-mortem inspection. A total of 4221 bovine, 1942 caprine, 491 ovine and 186 porcine carcasses were inspected between October and November, 1994. A conservative estimate of N495 471.50 was lost during the corresponding period.

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