Eye study may help export beef
Beef cattle researchers are looking into the
possible relationship between an individual animal’s eyeball and age. If
a direct correlation is found between the two characteristics, sources
said more beef could be available for export to countries with
restrictions against U.S. beef.
Michael Dikeman, animal science professor with Kansas State University,
said that the weight and/or nitrogen contact of the lens might correlate
with the animal's age, as previous r...
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