Effects of feeding steers extruded flaxseed on its own before hay or mixed with hay on animal performance, carcass quality, and meat and hamburger fatty acid composition.

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The objective of the present experiment was to determine if carcass quality and fatty acid profiles of longissimus thoracis (LT) and hamburger would be affected by feeding steers extruded flaxseed on its own followed by hay (non-TMR) compared to when hay and extruded flaxseed were fed together (TMR). Forty-eight steers in six pens were assigned to TMR or… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.meatsci.2017.04.008

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@article{Vahmani2017EffectsOF, title={Effects of feeding steers extruded flaxseed on its own before hay or mixed with hay on animal performance, carcass quality, and meat and hamburger fatty acid composition.}, author={Payam Vahmani and David C. Rolland and Tim A. McAllister and Hushton C Block and Spencer D. Proctor and Le Guan and Nuria Prieto and {\'O}scar L{\'o}pez-Campos and Jennifer Lynn Aalhus and Michael Edward Russell Dugan}, journal={Meat science}, year={2017}, volume={131}, pages={9-17} }