Consumer acceptability of grass-fed steaks
Pennsylvania State University researchers used 30 grass-fed cattle to evaluate the relationship of performance and carcass traits to consumer acceptability of cooked steaks. All cattle were wintered for a targeted weight gain of 1.5 pounds/ day for 156 days and then rotationally grazed on coolseason grass paddocks.
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