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Poultry Judging CDE - Whole Carcass Grading

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Which grade allows no more than 1/4" exposing flesh on the breast & legs of a carcass up to 6 lbs.?
Grade A
Which grade allows 2 disjointed, but no broken bones?
Grade B
True or False: There is no limit on size, number of area, or intensity of discolorations and flesh bruises if such areas do not render any part of the carcass unfit for food.
True
Which grade allows for the wing tips and tail to be missing without affecting the quality?
Grade A
Which carcass has no limit on exposed flesh?
Grade C
Which carcass has no limit on the number of disjointed or broken bones?
Grade C
Which grade allows for the wing tips, 2nd wing joint, and tail all to be missing?
Grade B
How much of the tail can be missing?
Not wider than the base of the tail and extending half way between the base of the tail and the hip joints.
Which grade allows for 1/2" of flesh exposed on the breast and legs on a carcass 6 lbs. and heavier?
Grade A
Which grade allows no more than 1/3 of flesh exposed on each part of the carcass (or each individual part)?
Grade B
When is a carcass determined as a "No Grade?"
Carcasses with tears, rips, or chucks of the flesh missing.
On a Grade A carcass weighing heavier than 6 lbs., how much flesh can be exposed besides on the breast and legs?
2" total area
A carcass having one disjointed bone and one nonprotruding broken bone is graded as what?
Grade B
A carcass missing both full wings is graded what?
Grade C
A carcass weighing 8 lbs. has one disjointed bone and 1/2" exposed section on the breast. What grade is it?
Grade A
A carcass weighing 5 lbs. has 1/3 of the flesh exposed on both the breast and legs, but no other defects. What grade is it?
Grade B
A section on the back of the carcass has less than 1/3 of the flesh exposed, but greater than 1" along with one disjointed wing, one protruding broken bone, and a small portion of the tail missing. What grade is it?
Grade C
A carcass has 2 fully missing wings, 1/3 of the breast meat exposed, with a rip in the flesh on the thigh. What grade is it?
No Grade
A carcass less than 6 lbs. has an exposed portion of the breast about 1/8", 1 disjointed wing, and has missing wing tips. What grade is it?
Grade A
All of the skin is removed from the carcass, but there are no other defects. What grade is it?
Grade C
Which grade allows no more than 1/4" exposing flesh on the breast & legs of a carcass up to 6 lbs.?
Grade A
Which grade allows 2 disjointed, but no broken bones?
Grade B
True or False: There is no limit on size, number of area, or intensity of discolorations and flesh bruises if such areas do not render any part of the carcass unfit for food.
True
Which grade allows for the wing tips and tail to be missing without affecting the quality?
Grade A
Which carcass has no limit on exposed flesh?
Grade C
Which carcass has no limit on the number of disjointed or broken bones?
Grade C
Which grade allows for the wing tips, 2nd wing joint, and tail all to be missing?
Grade B
How much of the tail can be missing?
Not wider than the base of the tail and extending half way between the base of the tail and the hip joints.
Which grade allows for 1/2" of flesh exposed on the breast and legs on a carcass 6 lbs. and heavier?
Grade A
Which grade allows no more than 1/3 of flesh exposed on each part of the carcass (or each individual part)?
Grade B
When is a carcass determined as a "No Grade?"
Carcasses with tears, rips, or chucks of the flesh missing.
On a Grade A carcass weighing heavier than 6 lbs., how much flesh can be exposed besides on the breast and legs?
2" total area
A carcass having one disjointed bone and one nonprotruding broken bone is graded as what?
Grade B
A carcass missing both full wings is graded what?
Grade C
A carcass weighing 8 lbs. has one disjointed bone and 1/2" exposed section on the breast. What grade is it?
Grade A
A carcass weighing 5 lbs. has 1/3 of the flesh exposed on both the breast and legs, but no other defects. What grade is it?
Grade B
A section on the back of the carcass has less than 1/3 of the flesh exposed, but greater than 1" along with one disjointed wing, one protruding broken bone, and a small portion of the tail missing. What grade is it?
Grade C
A carcass has 2 fully missing wings, 1/3 of the breast meat exposed, with a rip in the flesh on the thigh. What grade is it?
No Grade
A carcass less than 6 lbs. has an exposed portion of the breast about 1/8", 1 disjointed wing, and has missing wing tips. What grade is it?
Grade A
All of the skin is removed from the carcass, but there are no other defects. What grade is it?
Grade C