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Estimation of beef carcass composition using velocity of sound and electromagnetic scanning






Proceedings, 38th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology, August 23-28, 1992, Clermont Ferrand, France: 891-894

Estimation of beef carcass composition using velocity of sound and electromagnetic scanning

The accuracy of velocity of sound (VOS) and electromagnetic scanning (EMS) was assessed for prediction of lean percentage in beef carcasses. VOS, EMS, hot carcass weight and P8 fat depth measurements were taken on carcasses of 28 Hereford X Aberdeen-Angus steers, within 1 h of slaughter. After overnight chilling, the sides were boned and percentage lean was determined chemically. The mean carcass weight was 243+or-46.8 kg and lean percentage 66.7+or-2.6.


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