When you establish the quality of an individual egg, your final quality score is
a. The average of all scores given to all the quality factors excluding the shell.
b. The highest score given to one quality factor.
The average of all scores given to the quality factors.
d. The lowest score given to one quality factor.
Consider Consumer Grade shell eggs at destination. What percent of the quantity
below A Quality may be Dirties, Leakers and Loss combined?
a. 1.0 percent.
b. 0.50 percent.
d. 0.20 percent.
Which of these Loss eggs can be detected before the candling light?
a. Blood rings and embryo chicks.
b. Moldy growth inside the egg.
d. Stuck yolks.