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an oven or part of a stove used for broiling

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flesh of a small young chicken not over 2 1/2 lb suitable for broiling

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Investigations by Zenno and a related organization revealed the Zenno unit deliberately mislabeled 233 tons of broiler chicken meat from April last year through February.
From the advertisements it appears that PPA has prima facie taken a decision, as a trade association, to fix the prices of boiler chicken and chicken eggs, which has the object and effect of preventing, restricting or reducing competition within the relevant markets of broiler chicken and chicken eggs in Pakistan, respectively.
Thanks to the efforts of the University of Saskatchewan, Department of Animal and Poultry Science and Feeds Innovation Institute with support of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture (ADF), The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has given approval for feeding cold-pressed non-solvent extracted camelina meal to broiler chickens at up to 12% inclusion.
For decades, poultry and egg companies have had few legislative restraints on the cruel treatment of their birds, from the tens of millions of caged laying hens to the 9 billion broiler chickens and other fowl killed annually for their flesh.
The results obtained from this study showed that the use of kaolin as feed additive reduced cost of total feed consumed [5] who used poultry litter in rabbit diets and bitter leaf (Vernonia amygdaline) in broiler chicken diets, respectively, other unconventional feed ingredients and reported better economic performances.
Reducing the hardness of water may increase its ability to remove bacteria from the skin of broiler chickens.
Moreover, seasonality of infections in humans (11) and broiler chicken flocks (3,4,12,13) is similar in northern climates; prevalence peaks during the summer, as does abundance of flies (11,14).
As the hotels implement their decision to boycott chicken, there are also reports that the broiler chicken suppliers' groups are planning to cut off supplies to hotels even after the current crisis is solved.
The footage obtained during the spring and summer of this year records how, step by ugly step, the British 'game bird' industry has 'upscaled' production methods to the point where direct comparisons with the broiler chicken industry are now appropriate.
In this study weight gain in broiler chicken that fed with soybean calcium salt fatty acids decreased as calcium salt increased.
While independent studies have found arsenic residues in grocery store and fast food chicken, higher concentrations of inorganic arsenic, the most toxic form of arsenic, have been measured in the soil and water in regions where broiler chicken production is high, and where chicken litter is spread on fields as fertilizer.
It owns the largest broiler chicken processing facility under a single roof able to process 16,000 birds per hour and 75 million per year.
USDA-ARS microbiologists and chemists conducted studies comparing the ability of very hard, moderately hard and soft water to rinse away Campylobacter, Staphylococcus and Pseudomonas from the skin of broiler chicken carcasses.
7 million parent hens for the broiler chicken industry, which is the base for around 350 million broiler chickens.
Based on the materials and documents impounded during the search and inspection of PPA's offices, the information available on PPA's website, and the documents and information received from PPA, Poultry Research Institute and the undertakings involved in poultry business, the inquiry committee concluded in the inquiry report that there is, prima facie, cartelisation in all markets of day-old chicks, poultry feed, broiler chicken, eggs and grandparent stock in violation of Section 4(1) of the ordinance.