Comparative investigation of fattening performance and slaughter value of young Black Pied Lowland bulls and young Aberdeen-Angus crossbred bulls, with particular reference to meat quality

Otto, E.; Stunz, H.; Lenschow, J.

Arch. Tierz 8: 377-388

1965


Accession: 014388891

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Abstract
18 Black Pied Lowland (I), 12 (II) and 9 (III) Aberdeen-Angus crosses with various breeds and 5 Aberdeen-Angus animals with Jersey blood (IV) were fattened to 420 kg., slaughtered and their carcass components evaluated. The animals in (I) served as controls. The times taken to reach slaughter weight were 372.4, 359.2, 469.4 and 485.6 days resp.