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Prediction of Retail Beef Yield Using Parameters Based on Korean Beef Carcass Grading Standards
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Prediction of Retail Beef Yield Using Parameters Based on Korean Beef Carcass Grading Standards
Choy, Yun-Ho; Choi, Seong-Bok; Jeon, Gi-Jun; Kim, Hyeong-Cheol; Chung, Hak-Jae; Lee, Jong-Moon; Park, Beom-Young; Lee, Sun-Ho;
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 Abstract
Two sets of data on carcass traits and beef cut parameters were used to investigate the relationships between carcass and beef cut measurements, which can be used to make predictions of retail cut percentages. One set had a total of 1,141 measurements of Hanwoo cattle of three different sex origins, which were slaughtered in an abattoir located at the National Institute of Animal Science, RDA, Korea from 1996 to 2008. To develop prediction models for retail cut percentage with higher accuracies than the current model, another set consisting of a total of 13,389 records of carcass and beef cut traits were collected from 30 abattoirs and butcheries in Korea from 2008 to 2009. Bulls yielded heavier and leaner carcasses than steers. High correlation coefficients were estimated between amount of body fat and percent retail cut (-0.82) as well as between back fat thickness (BF) and percent retail cut (-0.62). The amount of retail cut, however, was highly correlated with body weight before slaughter (BW, 0.95) or with cold carcass weight (CWT, 0.94). Relationships between percent retail cut and measurable beef yield traits, BF, loin eye area (LEA) or CWT varied by sex class, which must be considered for development of a prediction model with high accuracy. Models of data for all breeds and sexes fit the effects of breed, sex, and interaction of abattoir by butchers, whereas models of data for each breed and sex fit the effect of interaction of abattoir by butcher only. Due to possible future changes in back fat control, we performed a log transformation of BF. Our new models fit better than the currently used model.
 Keywords
carcass;Hanwoo;retail cut percentage;yield grade;breed;sex;
 Language
English
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