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Offal

Definition

noun

(1) The entrails and internal organs (chiefly viscera) of a butchered animal.

(2) The rejected or waste parts of a butchered animal.

(3) Carrion.


Supplement

Some people consider offal as unfit for human consumption so they throw them away as waste. In contrast, there are others who include offal in their regular dish. The intestines, stomach, kidney, liver, lungs, testicles, scrotum, brain, heart, thymus, tongue, feet, and the head of pigs, calves, sheep and lamb are served in different parts of the world.


Word origin: Middle English : of-+ fal (fall).


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Diet Of Laying Birds

@ animato, yes, by wheat offal, I mean bran. This my question was set at a time when mad cow disease have not being discovered. When it was found that mad cow disease is transmitted to cattle as a result of taking diet made of bonemeal; ...

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by chikis
Sat Mar 31, 2012 4:36 am
 
Forum: Zoology Discussion
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Diet Of Laying Birds

What is wheat offal? If its another way of saying bran, then it's good if you don't feed your birds plenty of stringy greens. I wouldn't want to use palm oil because its damaging to the environment, and I wouldn't want to use bonemeal ...

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by animartco
Sun Mar 04, 2012 12:52 pm
 
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Topic: Diet Of Laying Birds
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Diet Of Laying Birds

... stuff should be increased in the diet of laying birds? (A) Palm kernal meal (B) Bone meal (C) Groundnut cake (D) Vitamin supplement (E) Wheat offal. Any person who has an idea about the question should do well by bringing it in; let's discuss it. Thank you!

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by chikis
Thu Jan 26, 2012 11:05 am
 
Forum: Zoology Discussion
Topic: Diet Of Laying Birds
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