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Improving sorting reduces outliers, improves quality

Dec 20, 2007
December 3, 2006 Sorting cattle helps eliminate outliers in a pen, but the extra effort may be rewarded by higher quality grades, too. A study by Certified Angus Beef LLC (CAB) shows the more sorts, the better the grades in most cases. “Our data says those cattle that were sorted three or more times have much higher CAB acceptance rates than cattle that were just sold as one group,” says Gary Fike, beef cattle specialist for the company. From ...

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