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Excerpts from the report: Unavoidable problems of byproduct and waste disposal have plagued the poultry slaughtering industry for many years. The problems have become more acute with development of large-scale commercial plants for poultry slaughter. Poultry byproducts and wastes accumulate at every slaughtering plant and must usually be removed daily. Recoverable inedible byproducts (blood, feathers, and offal) comprise up to 50 percent of the live weight of all poultry killed. These materialsdoi:10.22004/ag.econ.310426 fatcat:75u3oyu4qvgifhoaa7lurh3v5y