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Correlation between rejection causes and related lesions at the post mortem inspection in broilers condemned at the slaughterhouse



Correlation between rejection causes and related lesions at the post mortem inspection in broilers condemned at the slaughterhouse



Selezione Veterinaria ( 8/9): 725-732



All broilers condemned at the slaughterhouse belonging to 17 selected flocks were examined. The causes of death in broilers found dead on arrival (D.O.A.), the rejection causes in broilers condemned at the post mortem inspection (VPM) and the related lesions were recorded. 833 broilers corresponding to 1.22% of the 67 860 which arrived at the poultry processing plant were examined. 461 were condemned because they were D.O.A. and 372 were rejected at post mortem meat inspection.

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