Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Chicken is one of the main proteins that feeds the world. For centuries, the human race has relied on chickens to eat. Therefore, as food science becomes more relevant, the way that chickens are raised has become a science. However, this is not true in every part of the world. In Mozambique the process for raising chickens for consumption is not the same as it would be in America. This is a study of two specific “stressors” (feed and temperature) and how they impacted chicken growth and development on a live production poultry farm in Northern Mozambique. In addition, it analyzes the processes of production and explores possible opportunities for improvement.
chickens, chicken stressors, Mozambique, ag-economics, service learning
Lehfeldt, G. (2021). The Effects of Common Stressors on Poultry Production: A Case Study in Northern Mozambique. Finance Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/finnuht/66
Agribusiness Commons, Agricultural Economics Commons, Agricultural Education Commons, Corporate Finance Commons, Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations Commons, Poultry or Avian Science Commons, Service Learning Commons