Lab 2 ANSC 120

Lab 2 ANSC 120 - ANSC 120/SAAS 20 Carcass Evaluation and...

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ANSC 120/SAAS 20 Carcass Evaluation and Anatomical Differences in Mono- and Polygastrics Lab 2 - September 4, 2007 Section__3:00 – 5:00 p.m NAME____Russ Caudill __ The following questions are supported by chapter 25 of the class text. 1. A. What is meat inspection? B. Differentiate between antemortem and postmortem inspection. C. What happens to meat that does not pass inspection? A. Inspection is the act of checking meat for something potentially harmful to humans. It is used to determine safety. B. Antemortem Inspection is before death, the inspection occurs on the outside of the animals and checks for visible signs of sickness. Postmortem inspection is after death and is usually includes looking at the inside of the animal as well as the organs of the animal to check for internal disease. C. The meat that does not pass inspection is considered condemned (USDA Condemned). Is removed from plant and placed in special area under a lock to ensure that the meat does not contaminate other meat. Eventually the meat
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