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1173: Limousin cross compared to Aberdeen Angus cross carcases

This paper is summarised from a presentation to the British Society of Animal Science Annual Conference, April 12 - 14, 2010, by Hyslop JJ, Navajas EA, Ross DW, Fisher AV, Richardson RI, Lambe NR, Roehe R and Simm G

Year of Publication2010

Limousin cross compared to Aberdeen Angus cross cattle have proportionally more carcass hindquarter than forequarter. Steers have a greater proportion of forequarter and lower proportion of hindquarter in their carcasses compared with heifers

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