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How do i figure line efficiency of birds ran in a poultry plant?
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What are the ratings and certificates for Porky's Poultry Plant - 1936?
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What is the energy efficiency of a typical nuclear power plant?
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If 35 percent of the fuel is converted into electricity this is called the what of the power plant?
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Why are insects and birds so important to the plant world?
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What function do the color and odor of the flowers provide for flowering plant?
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How does interaction with birds help a flowering plant?
How does interacting with birds help a flowering plant?
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In one ecosystem snakes eat birds plants make fruit and birds eat fruit. what is the correct food chain snake-plant-bird or snake- bird- plant?
Asked in Animal Life, Cooking Poultry
What are vices in poultry keeping?
Precise steps in poultry processing prevent contamination and produce a bird that is not tough or marred with skin blemishes. Poultry goes through stunning, killing, bleeding, and scalding processes before oil glands, feet, and head are removed. After the birds are washed, they are quickly chilled before being cut up, aged, and packaged for distribution. Birds are usually crated and transported to poultry processing plants, where they are kept in holding areas that are ventilated and misted. A special blue light is sometimes used to keep the birds calm once they are hung on racks for the stunning step, because flapping wings can cause internal bleeding that discolors the meat. The birds are commonly dipped into saline water with an electrical current that renders them unconscious for a minute or two. Radon gas is used in some regions to stun poultry, but it is considered more expensive. The brief period a bird remains unconscious gives the processing plant enough time to kill it and allow it to bleed out. Draining the blood prevents the meat from appearing dark. In large poultry processing facilities, the blood is treated as a waste product and pollutant. Birds then move to scalding tanks, where hot water loosens feathers for picking. It is important to keep water temperate regulated to prevent cooking the bird. Water must also be changed frequently to avoid contamination. After scalding, the poultry is kept moist so the skin does not begin to darken.
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What birds are herbivorous?
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Asked in Science
How food produced by the plant becomes a source of energy for the bird?
The food produced by the plant is eaten by insects or worms and those are eaten by the birds. So indirectly plant is the main source of energy every animal eats. because worms and insects eat the food produced by the plant and they are later on eaten by birds and birds are eaten by any other animal. So that's how a bird consumes energy from a plant. =)