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Video image analysis prediction of total kilograms and percent primal lean and fat yield of beef carcasses


, : Video image analysis prediction of total kilograms and percent primal lean and fat yield of beef carcasses. Journal of Animal Science 62(6): 1609-1616

The Video Image Analyser's (VIA) predictions of carcass composition of 115 steer carcasses were compared with those of a panel of 3 experts trained in grading beef carcasses. The coefficients of determination using the VIA to predict weight of lean (95.63%) and its percentage (46.36%) were slightly higher than those for panel-scored predictions (94.29 and 46.35% resp.).

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