Egg Signals is a practical guide aimed at poultry professionals.
Egg Signals is a practical guide aimed at poultry professionals. Covering a wide range of topics from the laying hen to the transport and handling of the egg.
It looks at over 50 egg abnormalities and how the nutritional value of eggs can be influenced. It also looks at how this will help to improve the quality of eggs benefiting farmer, packer and retailer.
Piet Simons, former researcher at the Spelderholt Poultry Research Centre, received his PhD from Wageningen University in 1971, and was secretary/treasurer of the Dutch branch of the Wold Poultry Science Association from August 1977 to May 1991 and president up to May 2012. He is an honorary past president of the World Poultry Science Association worldwide and was also secretary general for twelve years. In 2006 he recieved the McDougall Medal for his exemplary services to WPSA. In 2008 he was honoured to be selected for the International Poultry Hall of Fame (IPHF). Piet is currently president of the Strichting Bevordering Pluimveewetenschappen (Foundation for Promoting Poultry Science) and the ambassador of Dutch Poultry Centre in the Netherlands.
This book weighs: 650g
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