The 2000 Import and Export Market for Live Fowl, Ducks, Geese and Poultry in Netherlands (World Trade Report)
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The 2000 Import and Export Market for Live Fowl, Ducks, Geese and Poultry in Netherlands (World Trade Report)

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Number of Pages64
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Open LibraryOL10719756M
ISBN 100741892774
ISBN 109780741892775

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On chickens, young ducks or ducklings and turkeys, there shall be a thin regular layer of fat on the breast, back and thighs. On cocks, hens, ducks and young geese a thicker layer of fat is permissible. On geese a moderate to thick fat layer shall be present all over the carcase;. POULTRY. POULTRY. Poultry are domesticated birds raised for food: chickens (including Cornish game hens and poussins), turkeys, ducks, and geese, plus minor species such as squab (young pigeons) and ostrich. Game birds such as quail and Canada geese can also be prepared in much the same ways, although their meat is tougher than that of birds raised on farms. Exports of goods and services (current LCU) Exports as a capacity to import (constant LCU) Gross capital formation (current LCU) Gross capital formation (current US$) Download. CSV XML EXCEL. DataBank. Online tool for visualization and analysis. All Countries and Economies. Country.   Egg production in Africa is estimated at 2 tonnes per annum (representing only % of the global egg output). There is considerable variation among countries - from as high as tonnes for Nigeria to as low as tonnes for countries such as Central African Republic, Comoros, Congo, Gambia, Guinea and Swaziland.