Quality of retail beef from two grass-based production systems in comparison with conventional beef.

@article{Razminowicz2006QualityOR,
  title={Quality of retail beef from two grass-based production systems in comparison with conventional beef.},
  author={R H Razminowicz and Michael Kreuzer and Martin Richard Leo Scheeder},
  journal={Meat science},
  year={2006},
  volume={73 2},
  pages={351-61}
}
Seventy beef strip loins (Longissimus dorsi) were sampled, originating from labels prescribing pasturing (PS, suckler beef; PF, finished steers or heifers), from conventional production (CH, heifers; CB, young bulls), and from a label producing intensively fattened young bulls (LB) and prescribing specific husbandry conditions but not grazing. Samples were purchased in autumn and spring (1:1) from 33 retail stores in northeastern Switzerland. Colour was lightest in LB beef, while PS displayed… CONTINUE READING

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