PRESERVATION OF AUTOCLAVED SLAUGHTER-HOUSE BY-PRODUCTS.

G. Szakács, J. Gyory, L. Stankovics

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Abstract

The objective was to evaluate autoclaved and lactic preserved slaughter-house by-products or perished farm animals for feeding pigs or poultry in large scale. After autoclaving it is possible to store the sterile slurry at high temperatures to prevent the growth of thermophilic and mesophilic bacteria, e. g. , storing at 90 degree C. Since this material does not contain conserving acid or other chemicals, much more care should be taken in cleaning the conveying and feeding equipments to prevent undesired spoilage. Lactic acid in its pure form is an expensive chemical. For preserving purposes probably the most economical way is to produce it from cheap starting materials in the by-product to be preserved. Slaughter-house by-products as well as perished farm animals do not contain fermentable carbohydrates which could be transformed into lactic acid. Therefore one of the most important research areas is to find the most economical method for the preparation of the culture substrate for lactic microorganisms.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherASAE (Publ 13-85)
Pages16-21
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)0916150763
Publication statusPublished - 1985

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Byproducts
Lactic acid
Farms
Animals
Spoilage
Poultry
Conveying
Carbohydrates
Microorganisms
Cleaning
Bacteria
Acids
Substrates
Temperature
Milk

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Szakács, G., Gyory, J., & Stankovics, L. (1985). PRESERVATION OF AUTOCLAVED SLAUGHTER-HOUSE BY-PRODUCTS. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 16-21). ASAE (Publ 13-85).

PRESERVATION OF AUTOCLAVED SLAUGHTER-HOUSE BY-PRODUCTS. / Szakács, G.; Gyory, J.; Stankovics, L.

Unknown Host Publication Title. ASAE (Publ 13-85), 1985. p. 16-21.

Research output: Conference contribution

Szakács, G, Gyory, J & Stankovics, L 1985, PRESERVATION OF AUTOCLAVED SLAUGHTER-HOUSE BY-PRODUCTS. in Unknown Host Publication Title. ASAE (Publ 13-85), pp. 16-21.
Szakács G, Gyory J, Stankovics L. PRESERVATION OF AUTOCLAVED SLAUGHTER-HOUSE BY-PRODUCTS. In Unknown Host Publication Title. ASAE (Publ 13-85). 1985. p. 16-21
Szakács, G. ; Gyory, J. ; Stankovics, L. / PRESERVATION OF AUTOCLAVED SLAUGHTER-HOUSE BY-PRODUCTS. Unknown Host Publication Title. ASAE (Publ 13-85), 1985. pp. 16-21
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