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#1 Aisha

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Posted 06 July 2012 - 03:43 AM

What possible duties will be of a plant vatenarian at poultry processing plant? Is there anyone who works at poultry processing plant?



#2 julian

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Posted 10 July 2012 - 07:58 PM

What possible duties will be of a plant vatenarian at poultry processing plant? Is there anyone who works at poultry processing plant?



In the UK they are primarily at the plant to cover the bird welfare and transport logs, to ensure they have not been without food/water for to long. They also have a role in the general hygiene/fabric condition and operational process of the plant. Onsite inspector is perhaps a better description. Hope this helps.

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Posted 11 July 2012 - 08:33 AM

In the UE, Veterinarians officially control the products of animal origin for human consumption. Animals are inspected ante- and post mortem in order to declare if animals (flock) fit or not the human consumption (Regulation 854/2004). Moreover veterinarians control the documentation that follows the animals at the slaughterhouse, the general hygiene of the plant (Regulation 853/2004) and of the finished products (Regulation 2073/2005) and have a role in supervising the HACCP plan of the abattoir (Regulation 852/2004) .
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Posted 15 October 2012 - 06:58 AM

In the UE, Veterinarians officially control the products of animal origin for human consumption. Animals are inspected ante- and post mortem in order to declare if animals (flock) fit or not the human consumption (Regulation 854/2004). Moreover veterinarians control the documentation that follows the animals at the slaughterhouse, the general hygiene of the plant (Regulation 853/2004) and of the finished products (Regulation 2073/2005) and have a role in supervising the HACCP plan of the abattoir (Regulation 852/2004) .
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What are the salary ranges of these vets supposed to be?







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