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Brak zasadności stosowania hormonu wzrostu w produkcji brojlerów
Magdalena Gajęcka, Maciej Gajęcki

Wśród konsumentów szeroko rozpowszechniona jest opinia, że brojlery karmione są hormonami wzrostu, co przyczynia się do zwiększenia produkcji mięsa drobiowego. Na całym świecie przemysł drobiowy opiera się na najnowszych osiągnięciach naukowych i biotechnologicznych, w celu określenia nowych strategii poprawy stanu zdrowia, dobrostanu zwierząt oraz jakości zdrowotnej i handlowej produktów. W ramach przedstawionych programów nie ma żadnych sugestii o stosowaniu hormonu wzrostu wobec brojlerów z racji braku zasadności fizjologicznej jak również ekonomicznej.

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