TITLE

EGG QUALITY OF JAPANESE QUAIL IN SERBIA (Coturnix coturnix japonica)

AUTHOR(S)
Stojčić, M. Đukić; Milošević, N.; Perić, L.; Jajić, I.; Tolimir, N.
PUB. DATE
September 2012
SOURCE
Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry;2012, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p425
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the last years Japanese quail (Conturnix coturnix japonica) is becoming more popular as a source of meat and eggs. Information on egg quality characteristics has been limited mostly to chicken eggs. The aim of this paper is to enhance the knowledge on the quality of quail eggs. In this study external and internal quality traits of quail eggs from three different commercial farms will be presented. For egg mass, shape index, shell thickness, shell mass no significant difference was found between farms. For yolk colour, yolk and albumen mass, statistically significant differences were found between the three farms. The difference in shell breaking strength between farms A and B was not significant and significant differences were found between eggs from farm C. Yolk, albumen and shell percentage were in the same relation as the mass of these parameters. The worst albumen quality was recorded in eggs from farm A. The parameters yolk colour, Haugh Unit and egg proportions (albumen, yolk and shell) do not differ between chicken and quail eggs. On the other hand, parameters which differ are egg mass (about five times smaller at quail eggs), shape index, shell breaking strength and shell thickness, which was to be expected. The external and internal egg quality traits of quail eggs from three farms in Serbia do not differ from the results of quality traits from other countries. On the other hand, this investigation contributes the development of science, because it includes some parameters, which have so far not been published in literature by other researchers from this area.
ACCESSION #
88916601

 

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