Discussion created on 07/22/2015

brown discolouration in the abdominal fat of the processed chicken

chicken abdominal fat is one of our products. and two weeks back, after processing the abdominal fat, we noticed the formation of brown discoloration in the surface of the product. but it happened only on on particular batch and not on the whole batches. i too received a suggestion of more xanthophill content on the feed. hence i need some technical help.

Haa Ree
Veterinary Doctor
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DR K SENTHIL KUMAR DR K SENTHIL KUMAR
Veterinary Doctor
July 24, 2015


Dear Dr What is ur Batch Size / Birds per Hour .

Abdominal fat is optimal level or seems little bit more deposition around
chickens belly / internal organ of that particular batch.
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Haa Ree Haa Ree
Bachelor of veterinary science and animal husbandry
July 24, 2015
6000 BPH, and it was in optimal level only, especially for that particular batch.
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