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Determination of slaughter-steer grades from weights and measurements

Bradford Knapp

Determination of slaughter-steer grades from weights and measurements

by Bradford Knapp

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beef cattle,
  • Weight,
  • Grading

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDetermination of slaughter steer grades from weights and measurements.
    Statementby Bradford Knapp, Jr
    SeriesCircular / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 524, Circular (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 524.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25516848M
    OCLC/WorldCa16902647

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Determination of slaughter-steer grades from weights and measurements by Bradford Knapp Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cattle qualifying for the minimum of Yield Grade 4 will differ somewhat in quality grade as a result of variations in distribution of the finish and firmness of muscling. Yield Grade 5 slaughter cattle produce carcasses with low yields of boneless retail cuts. Cattle of this grade consist of those not meeting the minimum requirements for Yield Grade 4 because of either more fat or less muscle or a combination.

Poley et al. () noted that a significant correlation existed between certain breast measurements and the percentage of edible meat on the carcass of roasters and fryers. Similar work on the determination of slaughter-steer grades from weights and measurements has been reported by Knapp ().Cited by: 5.

jective grade specifications for slaughter steer carcasses. By the use of the proposed grade standard, about 90 percent of the car­ casses in the sample were placed in the same United States official car­ cass grade for beef that they were placed in by the government by: 1.

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category. And #5 Yield Grade market steers will be very fat with only minimal muscling. Yield Grades #2 and #3 are most preferred by the beef industry. Slide 5: There are three (3) factors that have a major influence on the Yield Grade for a market steer.

These include 12th rib fat thickness, rib eye area, and percentage of kidney, pelvic, and heart Size: 48KB. Frame size is related to the weight at which, under normal feeding and management practices, an animal will produce a carcass of a given grade. Large -framed animals require a longer time in the feedlot to reach a given grade and will weigh more than a small-framed animal would weigh at the same grade File Size: KB.

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Then the period T for oneFile Size: KB. 1) Introduction. The official grades for mature slaughter cattle and for beef carcasses in maturity groups C, D, and E, and promulgated in the Official United States Standards for Grades of Slaughter Cattle and Beef Carcasses do not reflect the current marketing of this Size: KB.

Frame scoring. Frame scoring is simply a way of categorizing beef cattle from smallest to largest based on their size (hip height).Frame scores are assigned on a scale from 1 to 9, with 1 being the smallest and 9 being the largest-framed cattle.

There is a target slaughter weight corresponding to each frame score. Find the weighted average of class grades (with equal weight) 70,70,80,80,80, Since the weight of all grades are equal, we can calculate these grades with simple average or we can cound how many times each grade apear and use weighted average.

2×70,3×80,1× x = (2×70+3×80+1×90) / (2+3+1) = / 6 = Average calculator. grade are given inTable 3 and To differentiate it with normal grade, ‘S grade’ shall be marked on the To differentiate it with normal grade, ‘S grade’ shall be marked on the bags/packages for such cement in place of ‘53 grade’.File Size: KB.

The weight classes are as follows: Light weight steers: lb ( kg), Medium weight steers: lb ( kg), Finished weight steers - lb ( kg)Objective 1) To determine carcass and meat parameters of livestock slaughtered at different stages of their lifecycles and with different production and management practices.

Objective carcass grade specifications for slaughter steers Elliott S. Clifton Iowa State College Follow this and additional works at: Part of theAgricultural and Resource Economics Commons,Agriculture Commons, and the Food Science Commons.

The Measurement of Mass and Weight Stuart Davidson, Michael Perkin Division of Engineering and Process Control National Physical Laboratory Mike Buckley South Yorkshire Trading Standards Unit Abstract: This Good Practice Guide is intended as a useful reference for those involved in the practical measurement of mass and Size: KB.

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grade standards for beef carcasses. Those factors are as follows: 1) Fat Thickness at the 12th Rib: One measurement over the ribeye at the 12th rib. Range from to inch. 2) %KPH: Kidney, pelvic and heart fat expressed as a percent of carcass weight.

Range from 1% to 6%. 3) Carcass Weight: Live Weight X Dressing PercentageFile Size: 2MB. Grades — Groups of livestock of similar market desirability in terms of predictions of the type of carcass they will provide.

Carcass value depends upon. Age. Weight. Sex. Fatness. Muscling. Of these, weight and sex are easily described, but age, fatness and muscling have endless combinations.

It became obvious in the early ’s that some common terminology had to be developed to.weights exceed pounds ( kg) and pounds ( kg), respectively. Medium Frame (M): Feeder cattle, which possess typical minimum qualifications for this grade, are thrifty, have slightly large frames, and are slightly tall and slightly long bodied for their age.Start studying Slaughter Process - Beef.

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