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Effects of Storage Methods and Length of Storage on some Quality Parameters of Japanese Quail Eggs
Quality parameters of Japanese quail eggs, as affected by storage method and length in 21days, were assessed using 140 eggs collected from 7-week old birds. Eggs were stored using refrigeration, oiling, black polythene bag or on a tray at room temperature (30 o C) as a control. This study determines the best storage condition and optimum storage length storage for quail eggs. Egg quality parameters measured included egg weight, shell weight, yolk height, albumen height, yolk index, haugh unitfatcat:6xmxvfmscberlevyneo6dzhnzy