2 edition of Cattle kill-floor efficiency found in the catalog.
Cattle kill-floor efficiency
Donald R. Hammons
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service,  in [Washington]
Written in English
|Statement||[by Donald R. Hammons]|
|Series||Marketing research report ; no. 1056, Marketing research report -- no. 1056.|
|Contributions||United States. Agricultural Research Service., Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
From the curators: Animal rights activist and scientist Temple Grandin created the serpentine ramp to ensure the humane treatment of cattle. The first ramps that Grandin designed, in , were used during vaccinations of the herd and then, within the same year, for slaughter plants. Grandin designed the ramp so that it prevents cattle from being spooked by the . The hog butchering functions, which had processed hogs per hour, had taken up two stories in the older structures; now, the hog kill floor was contained in a single eighty-by-fifty-foot room.
This carefully calculated cruelty allows slaughterhouses to kill more than 90 cows per hour. “Shackle and hoist” slaughter is almost twice as fast as less agonizing methods. This is the hidden cost of cheap kosher meat. The cows are paying the price. You Can Help Cows. When businesses use animals to make a profit, they always suffer. The. COMPLETE CATTLE KILL & CUT FLOOR PLANT AUCTION DATE: Tuesday, December 2 @ 10 A.M. EST INSPECTION: Monday, December 1st 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. or by appt. LOCATION: , 4ieme Rang Simpson, St-Cyrille-de-Wendover, Quebec, Canada Located near Drummondville which is km from Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl Airport (Montreal, Canada).
Although Dr. Temple Grandin wrote the book on best animal welfare practices, much can still be learned to make slaughter and stunning practices more humane. “As Cargill delivers protein to the tables of the world, we work hard every day to ensure animals are treated with respect and dignity,” says Lacey Alexander, North American beef welfare lead at Cargill, . The line speed on the kill floor is approximately three hundred cattle per hour, or one every twelve seconds. In a typical workday, between twenty-two and twenty-five hundred cattle are killed there, adding up to well over ten thousand cattle killed per five-day week, or more than half a million cattle slaughtered each year.
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