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Effect of production and slaughter conditions on the physical and organoleptic characters of pigmeat

, : Effect of production and slaughter conditions on the physical and organoleptic characters of pigmeat. 15emes journees de la recherche porcine en France 1983: 151-176

This review considers the effects of feeding, housing, sex, slaughter weight, breed, selection for fattening performance and carcass quality, susceptibility to halothane, and the method and conditions of slaughter.

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