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Fatty acid and cholesterol content of beef from Longhorn and British cattle and their crosses


Beef Cattle Research in Texas, 1988: 189-199
Fatty acid and cholesterol content of beef from Longhorn and British cattle and their crosses
61 Hereford, Longhorn X Hereford and Longhorn steers were fed to produce carcasses differing in fatness and quality grade. The Hereford, Longhorn X Hereford and Longhorn cattle initially averaged 326, 279 and 212 kg body weight resp. Longhorn and Longhorn X Hereford crossbreds reached an av. Select quality grade with less outside trim fat and a more desirable yield grade than Hereford cattle.

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