Carcass and beef color characteristics of three biological types of cattle grazing cool-season forages supplemented with soyhulls.

@article{Baublits2004CarcassAB,
  title={Carcass and beef color characteristics of three biological types of cattle grazing cool-season forages supplemented with soyhulls.},
  author={R. T. Baublits and Angela Humphrey Brown and Fred W. Pohlman and Zelpha B. Johnson and Dennis Onks and Helina Loveday and Rosemary Morrow and Benjamin Sandelin and Wayne K. Coblentz and Chris J Richards and Randall B. Pugh},
  journal={Meat science},
  year={2004},
  volume={68 2},
  pages={297-303}
}
Soyhull supplementation to divergent biological types of cattle on forage-based systems was studied to determine the impact on carcass and color characteristics. Weaned calves (n=107) biologically classified as large-, medium-, or small-framed and intermediate rate of maturing were allocated to three cool-season grazing systems consisting of either orchardgrass pasture or fescue pasture, each with soyhull supplementation, or fescue pasture with no supplementation as a control. Supplementing… CONTINUE READING