By Herbert W. Ockerman

This new version of a well-respected reference brings jointly, in a single position, details at the whole box of animal by-products processing and usage. The book's contents hide either suitable for eating and non-edible items, by-products of seafood and fowl as well as pork, medicinal and pharmaceutical processing and usage of animal by-products, and animal product waste disposal, processing, aid and usage. specific consciousness has been paid to new items for the rendering undefined, and to matters over new animal ailments, which would good be transferred via feeding low-temperature rendered items to animals.

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4 Metric ton = 2,200 lbs. —, No data available. 5 Includes Luxembourg. 6 Includes former West Germany. 7 1992 data. 8 Lamb only, 1992 data.  Agricultural Counselors, Attaches, and Foreign Service Officers, results of office research, and related information. USDA, National Agriculture Statistical Service (1995­96), USDA, Dairy and Poultry Statistics (1995), FAO Yearbook Production (1992).  United States By­product Raw Materials Available in 1990.  (1969), American Meat Institute (1991).  United States By–product Trading.

Continued) Kind Buying Guide Characteristics Servings Storage and Preparation Heart tender by proper cooking. 1 lamb­1/4 1 Fresh, refrigerate, use in 24 h.  Pork and lamb usually purchased ready to serve. 75 12­16 Fresh, refrigerate, use in 24 h. Plain and honeycomb, latter preferred. Purchased fresh, pickled, or canned. 5 3­6 1 pork­3/4 2­4 1 lamb­1/2 2­3 3/4­1 lb for four Smoked, use in 3 days. Pickled, refrigerate, use in 7 days.  (continued) Buying Guide Kind Characteristics Tripe Often purchased precooked; requires further cooking.

FAO Production Yearbook (1979, 1992), Simpson and Farris (1982). 4 (continued) Country 19942 1993 Russian Federation 19942 1993 3,360 3,100 Saudi Arabia 29 30 0 South Africa, Rep 691 581 0 Singapore Mutton, Lamb, and Goat Meat (1,000 metric trons4) Pork3 (1,000 (metric trons4) Beef and Veal (1,000 metric trons4) 2,560 19942 1993 2,260 Poultry (1,000 metric trons4) 1993 19942 340 310 1,277 1,170 0 194 197 285 286 0 177 134 663 679 0 0 85 87 0 0 62 57 Spain 488 478 2,088 2,107 241 240 840 880 Sweden 140 141 291 307 0 0 4787 — Switzerland 155 142 260 246 0 0 4767 — Turkey 292 286 0 0 378 372 16 18 Taiwan 5 Thailand United Arab Emirates United Kingdom Ukraine United States Uruguay Venezuela Total meat, includes 1992 data 5 1,135 1,204 0 0 585 604 192 7 — 342 7 — 7 2 — 685 730 27 — — — 247 — 16 18 863 918 1,025 1,053 348 352 1,244 1,289 1,379 1,421 1,013 910 27 40 450 400 10,584 11,194 7,751 8,027 153 140 12,885 13,206 309 368 0 0 4857 — 0 0 377 370 110 110 44,054 45,293 66,113 69,696 0 6,391 0 6,435 350 365 49,785 53,282 1 Carcass weight basis: excludes offals, rabbit, and poultry meat.

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