cutability


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cutability

(ˌkʌtəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
the portion of saleable lean meat on a carcass
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Higher level of endogenous testosterone is associated with increased growth and carcass cutability in beef cattle (Gortsema et al.
Comparison of live and carcass equations predicting percentage of cutability, retail product weight, and trimmable fat in beef cattle.
yield grade equation for predicting beef carcass cutability in breed group differing in growth and fattening characteristic.
Electro Optic offers several grades of flexible dies of unsurpassed quality and consistency to address the cutability and longevity requirements of the average label to high demanding film labelstock.
Applicability of prediction equations for cutability in beef carcasses in Jalisco, Mexico
Hampshires produce lean meat with low back fat and large loin eyes, and they have a good meat-to-bone ratio and high cutability.
Pounds of Retail Cuts Per Day of Age--A measure of cutability and growth combined, it is calculated as follows: cutability times carcass weight divided by age in days.
Yield grades range from 1 through 5, with yield grade 1 having the greatest amount of cutability.
Using live estimates and ultrasound measurements to predict beef carcass cutability.
Characterization of cutability and palatability attributes among different slaughter groups of beef cattle.
Of particular interest were the carcass traits, which included cutability, marbling, and tenderness.
Partial replacement of caseinates by speciality starches allows a reduction in the amount of thickeners required and spreads made with starch/caseinate blends have better cutability, with a smoother appearance and greater stability, they claim.