Subjective and objective evaluation of veal lean color.

  title={Subjective and objective evaluation of veal lean color.},
  author={H. L. Lagoda and Lloyd L Wilson and William R Henning and Sherryl Flowers and Edward W. Mills},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  volume={80 7},
Because veal lean color continues to be a primary factor that determines veal carcass value and is typically assessed by subjective means, it is important to explore objective methods for color assessment. Objective and subjective evaluations of veal flank and breast lean color were compared as predictors of longissimus lean color at 24 h postmortem. One hundred fifty special-fed Holstein veal calves were Kosher-slaughtered with blood samples collected upon exsanguination and analyzed for… CONTINUE READING


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