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Beef and pork carcass classification/evaluation-meat yields and quality


, : Beef and pork carcass classification/evaluation-meat yields and quality. Journal of the Zimbabwe Society for Animal Production 7: 101-109

The South African cattle and pig carcass classification schemes are described, and some recent development in beef carcass classification in South Africa, Australia and the USA are considered.

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