Slaughter value and meat quality of Black-and-White young bulls and crossbreds F1 with Angus breed fattened with farm feed

Litwinczuk, Z.; Stanek, P.; Jankowski, P.; Skaecki, P.

Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska. Sectio EE, Zootechnica 20: 25-29

2002


ISSN/ISBN: 0239-4243
Accession: 003935629

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Abstract
Thirteen young purebred bulls and 8 crossbreds were fattened under a semi-intensive system based on farm feeds. Despite a very similar average body mass before slaughter (412.1 vs. 413.1 kg for purebreds and crossbreds, respectively), the F1 crossbreds showed significantly higher warm and cold dressing percentages (58.7 and 58.1%) compared with their purebred counterparts (49.3 and 48.8%), as well as comparable meat quality in terms of physicochemical parameters.