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Fundamental studies on meat production in the domestic fowl



Fundamental studies on meat production in the domestic fowl



Sci. Bull. Fac. Agric. Kyushu, Univ, 25: 163



An investigation was carried out on the growth of Rhode Island Red and between hatching and 26 wk of age. The percentage of muscle in the dressed carcass for birds slaughtered at 1, 22 or 26 wk of age was 28.0, 51.1 and 57.2 resp. for v 25.27, 49.2 and 43.3 for. Comparison of the weights of various tissues at hatching and 26 wk of age showed that skeletal muscle was the latest-maturing tissue, followed by abdominal fat, total fat, skin, total bone and viscera.

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