Deboning Screening System Could Help Poultry Processors Better Track Yield Loss

deboningThe Poultry Site – For poultry processors, higher yield means higher profit, so every bit of meat removed counts. Many processors evaluate the efficiency of their deboning lines through manual yield measurements, which involves using a special knife to scrape the chicken frame for any remaining meat after it has been deboned. This meat is then weighed to determine the potential meat loss. However, scraping is not ideal for getting a consistent estimation of yield as the amount of meat measured can vary depending on the skill and fatigue level of the operator. In addition, scraping is time consuming, limiting the number of frames that can be evaluated, potentially affecting the accuracy of the statistical predictions.

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Source and Photo: The Site Poultry, January 13rd, 2013
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