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Examinando Agronomía, veterinaria y afines por Materia "Abscesses"
(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, sede Bucaramanga, Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, 2023-06-29) Reyes Carrillo, Anderson Fabian; Cardenas Pinto, Luis Arturo; Cristancho Pabón, Ruby Erleny
This document presents the results obtained during the development of the social, business and solidarity practice carried out at the COLBEEF plant. Its general objective was to determine the impact of seizures on high-value cuts that present abscesses generated by drug residues or cysts that generate economic losses in the plant. The approach was descriptive, data collection took place between week 51 of 2020 and week 12 of 2021, the population corresponded to all carcasses that arrived at the deboning area, i.e. only those carcasses of customers who made the decision to debone at the plant, this population corresponded to a total of 1,085 carcasses. Of these carcasses, only cuts of high commercial value were analysed and reviewed, the sample corresponded to 413 cuts in total. As a result, the cuts with the highest number of seizures were Punta de Anca (47.7%), cadera (40%) and descargue (11.6%), the total kilograms of meat seized during the period evaluated was 194.5 kg which in economic losses represented $3,563,350. On average 59 cuts were seized per week, the average weekly cost amounted to $510,870, the maximum weekly cost was $866,250 and the minimum was $183,430. It is concluded that it is necessary to improve the good practices in the vaccination processes in farms, since the most affected cuts are related to their location, considering that the tip of the rump and the hip were the most affected and these are the most exposed in the field at the time of application of medicines.