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Influences of breed-type, feed level, and sex on characteristics of the lamb carcass
Arlin D. Knight
Written in English
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The Effect of Corn or Soybean Hull Diets Supplemented with Dried Distillers Grain with Solubles (DDGS) on Finishing Lamb Performance and Carcass Merit. SDSU Sheep Research Report - 3. 06/28/ Tenderness, juiciness, and flavor have been associated with consumer acceptance of beef, lamb, and pork. Drivers of consumer liking are interrelated across these species, but there are differences in consumer preferences. Animal age, animal diet, and subsequent marbling impact consumer liking across species. For beef, consumer research prior to the s showed that tenderness was the main.
at fattening, carcass characteristics and carcass measurements of 19 Sardi, 19 D’man and 52 meat-sire crossbred lambs of both sexes slaughtered at 50 and 70 % of mature weight. Crossbred lambs were born from Sardi, D’man and F1 Sardi×D’man ewes mated to meat-breed rams (Ile de France and Mérinos Précoce). Lambs of each group (breed type by. The use of naturally occurring K 40 to determine the carcass composition carcass composition Subject Category: Properties see more details of live sheep: Knight, A. D., Foote, W. C., and Matthews, D. H. The effect of breed-type and level of feed on carcass cut-out .
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production systems. Influences of breed-type Comparative study on carcass characteristics and meat quality of carcass also influences its quality.
The slaughter traits are Breed type had no effect (P>) on carcass measurements and. vidual lamb/carcass as the experimental unit. Analysis of variance was generated using the GLM procedure of SAS (SAS Inst. Inc., Cary, NC), and the statistical model included the lone main effect of breed-type.
Least squares means were computed for the main effect, and separated statistically by pair-wise t-tests (PDIFF option of SAS) when P. Influence of Breed Type, Sex, Feeding Systems, and Muscle Bundle Size on Bovine Fiber Type Characteristics Article in Journal of Food Science 46(6) - August with 23 Reads.
The quality grade advantage TABLE II Carcass traits of Hampshire Suffolk-Rambouillet (H SR) and Hampshire Finnish Feed level (H x FS) lambs slaughtered at 32, 41 or 50 kg Trait Breed Slaughter weight (kg) Sex H x SR H x FS 32 41 50 Wether Ewe Number of lambs 57 56 39 43 31 59 54 Age, days a b a b c a b Cited by: The effects offood quality, breed type and sex (ram and ewe) on Iamb growth and carcass composition, and their changes throughout growth, were measured.
The three breed typeswereScottishBlackface (B; no.= 24), Suffolk (5; no. = 28) and their reciprocalcrosses (X; no. 33). The lambs hadfree access toa nutritionally non-limitingfood, H, or a. Lambs of each group (breed type by sex) were chosen at random and slaughtered either at 50 or 70 % of mature weight.
Sardi and D’man purebred lambs had significantly lower growth at fattening, pre-slaughter live weight, empty body weight, hot carcass weight, carcass conformation, carcass fatness, red offal, white offal, sub-products and non Cited by: 3. Meat Science 17 (t) Chronological Age and Breed-Type Effects on Carcass Characteristics and Palatability of Bull Beef R.
Riley, G. Smith, H. Cross, J. Savell, C. Long* & T. Cartwright Department of Animal Science, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Texas A & M University, College Station, TXUSA (Received: 11 July, ) SUMMARY Bulls (n = ) of Cited by: Post weaning growth trials will determine the effects of breed type, sex class, season, supplement level and type.
Progress 10/01/00 to 09/30/04 Outputs The project addressed the relative reproductive performance of meat goat and hair sheep breed types under an 8-month, accelerated breeding systems, and evaluated the post weaning growth.
carcass weight by calf group was evaluated (Figure 2). At harvest, mean values for carcass weight ranged from lbs. (% Brahman) to lbs. (50% Brahman).
These values are slightly lower than expected in the industry since some of the calves were slaughtered at inches of fat rather than inches as done in the industry. Chronological age and breed-type effects on carcass characteristics and palatability of bull beef.
Riley RR(1), Smith GC, Cross HR, Savell JW, Long CR, Cartwright TC. Author information: (1)Department of Animal Science, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Texas A Cited by: of production system on carcass characteristics of kids is scarce and even, for some breeds, non-existent, which makes it difficult for farmers to make the man-agements decisions.
Then, the aim of the present work was to characterise some carcass traits of suckling kids of Cited by: 4. cartilaginous junction where the foot and pastern are removed from front leg on a lamb carcass dock 1) to cut off tail; 2) remaining portion of tail of sheep after it is docked; 3) to reduce or lower in value.
Meat-Type Breeds. Suffolk, Hampshire, Dorset, Southdown, and Shropshire are some of the more common meat-type (or mutton) breeds, and they are best adapted to farm-flock production. Functional traits or characteristics The major functional traits important in Texas beef production include body size, milking potential, age at puberty, hot climate adapt-ability, fleshing ability, muscle expression, cutability, and marbling.
Body size Body size is best evaluated as weight at a stated level. The effects of forage type, breed type and sex on lamb growth and carcass composition, and their changes throughout growth, were measured.
The three breed types were Scottish Blackface (no. =31), Suffolk (no. =28) and their reciprocal cross (no. =30). The lambs were givenadlibitumapelleted ryegrass alone, pelleted lucerne alone orachoice ofboth. The effect of gender (entire males vs females) on growth performance, carcass traits and meat and fat quality of Avileña-Negra Ibérica calves, fattened under free range conditions and supplemented with concentrate, were investigated.
The average daily gain, leg width and thorax depth were higher in males than in females. Carcass conformation score, fore-quarter weight and percentage in. The Lamb Checkoff Program is designed to expand market share of American lamb by: (1) getting people to ask for American lamb year-round; (2) branding American lamb as the preferred choice in the marketplace; (3) differentiating American lamb from imported lamb through advertising campaigns; (4) minimizing the volatility of seasonal product.
Sañudo et al. () compared 4 goat breeds (meat, double purpose and dairy aptitude) and one lamb dairy breed. Results showed that lamb and goat products (even very young and milk-fed animals) differed in carcass characteristics and several instrumental measurements of quality.
Differences were mainly species dependent. The relative rate of increase in the carcass and its tissues with increasing empty body weight (EBW) or carcass weight respectively, was studied in male sheep from the Dorset Horn (29), Hampshire (21) and Sudan Desert sheep (31). The rate at which the carcass, muscle and bone increased in weight was the same in all breeds but the Desert sheep deposited fat at a slower rate than the other Cited by: 8.
The influence of muscle type and postmortem storage period on meat chemical composition and quality attributes of three breeds of camels (Baladi Saudi, Pakistani, and Somali) were investigated in this study. Crude fat and ash content were significantly higher in the Pakistani than in the Baladi Saudi and Somali breeds, except for higher moisture content observed in the Somali : Gamaleldin M.
Suliman, Abdullah N. Alowaimer, Elsayed O.S. Hussein, Hatem S. Ali, Sameh A. Abdelnour.K. Stanford et Ruminant Research 29 –() Table 1 In vivo methods for prediction of body composition in sheep Method Prediction Predictors Precision Authors Subjective appraisal lean meat yield % estimated fat r13 ribs R2 s, RSD Edwards et al.
Ultrasound US fat 12a2r13 ribs ‘C’ R s, RSD Live weight lean % live weight LW RSD.Carcass characteristics Cold carcass weight increased for each successive slaughter age from 14 to 18 weeks(PcO).
Carcass conformation score and fat depth did not differ significantly for calves slaughtered over successive reared inside on milk had a higher cold carcass weight(PC % a higher conformationCited by: 1.