NBQA - National Beef Quality Audit-2005 ANSI 2253 Funded in...

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National Beef Quality Audit-2005 ANSI 2253 Funded, in part, by beef and veal producers and importers through their $1-per-head check off through the Cattlemen’s Beef Board and state beef councils by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and conducted by Colorado State University, Oklahoma State University, Texas A&M University and West Texas A&M University.
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National Beef Quality Audit - 2005 National Beef Quality Audit Fourth such audit -- 1991, 1995, 2000, and 2005. Survey of producer-related issues: Management Genetics Focus on end-products of beef production. Used as a basis for many cattle producers and animal scientists: Benchmark to compare to. Google Search: Over 500,000 web pages!
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National Beef Quality Audit - 2005 National Beef Quality Audit -- 2005 Three phases: Surveys of the industry, including end-users In-plant data collection for slaughter and cooler characteristics Establishment of goals for 2010 In-plant data collection over two time periods: June through September, 2005 March through June, 2006
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National Beef Quality Audit - 2005 National Beef Quality Audit -- 2005: In-Plant Data Collection Slaughter floor: Mud, horns, hide color, brands, identification Bruises, livers, lungs, heads, tongues Dentition Cooler: USDA Quality Grades USDA Yield Grades Apparent breed type -- native, dairy, Bos indicus Gender, fat color, blood splash, callous Over 30 months of age
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Responses To Questionnaires -- Seedstock Generators, Cow/Calf Producers, Stockers/Backgrounders and Cattle Feeders (Combined) SOURCE: Strategy Workshop of the NBQA -- 2005 (Oklahoma City, OK) October 2005.
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