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



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



Beef Cattle Research in Texas, 1988: 189-199



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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