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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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The focus of the university research is the development of technology for the integrated use of biopreparations forage and zoogiginic purposes when broiler chickens are grown.
He stressed on the need for the local broiler production industry to work towards international competitiveness and to ensure consumer awareness regarding myths surrounding safety and goodness of broiler meat.
Key words: HACCP; Implementation; Broiler farm; Productivity; Advantage.
It was concluded from the present study that natural products could be effective in comparison with anticoccidial drug to control coccidiosis in broiler chicken.
Social media and other forums have initiated a campaign urging consumers to avoid eating broiler bird due to use of hormones and steroids during the various phases of its production.
Market price Data obtained by the BusinessMirror from the Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) showed that the average farm-gate price of broiler chicken, as of October 16, reached P92.
The 468 day-old male broiler chicks (Hubbard x Hubbard) were reared on basal diet from day 1 to 13 and thereafter, experimental diets were offered ad libitum to birds from 14 to 21days.
BAHAWALPUR -- Chairman Pakistan Broiler Farmers Association (PBFA) Rana Abdul Sattar has said that high rates of poultry feed, one day chicks and role of broker are the main problems faced by the poultry industry in the whole country.
Brazil is the third producer and the leading broiler chicken meat exporter in the world, and the state of Parana is the leading producer and exporter within the country (ABPA, 8014).
ABSTRACT : The study was designed to record the prevalence of economically important viral disease in broiler and layer flocks in District Lahore Pakistan during the period July 2012 to June 2013.
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).
Transmissible viral proventriculitis (TVP) is a recognized cause of production losses in broiler chickens, but previously it has not been reported in broiler breeder and commercial layer hens.