A practical guide to improving egg quality
Author: Piet Simons
|Paperback book||€ 42,90|
|Online book||€ 32,90|
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Book: Egg Signals
Managing egg quality requires an eye for detail.
Egg Signals follows the path of the egg through all links in the chain, from poultry farmer to packer, processor and consumer. It describes the creation of the egg’s unique composition. Optimising egg quality is one of the most important points in the entire poultry chain. Certainly you can influence the quality of an egg before the hen lays it, but it is also important to take measures to maintain egg quantity after laying. Successful chicken farmers know how to control egg quality and make decisions based on their production and flock.
This includes an eye for detail. Egg Signals shows you how to develop and train this ‘eye’. Regularly ask yourself the following questions:
- What do I see?
- What does it mean?
- What should I be doing?
This will help you get a better insight into the process. In addition, Egg Signals provides answers to questions like these:
- How are eggs of optimal quality produced?
- What kind of chicken lays them?
- How do you prevent anomalies?
- How do you add value?
Even the position of a crack, for example, can tell you a lot about the cause.
The book: Egg Signals uses 650 photos and pictures to illustrate the basics of quality thinking and describes how you can act accordingly. This book uses real cases taken directly from the field, resulting in satisfied poultry professionals and happy consumers.
Book: Egg Signals – Technical Information
Format: Hardcover or online
Dimensions: 20.5 x 26.5 cm