AbstrAct - The objective of the present study was to compare in vita performance and carcass characteristics of Bergamasca and Suffolk lambs of 90 days of age. Bergamasca (15) and Suffolk (15) male lambs, originated from single and twin births equally represented, were weighed twice a month. Lambs were slaughtered to evaluate post-mortem characteristics and EUROP conformation score. Suffolk and Bergamasca lambs of 90 days of age produced carcasses with good quality; Suffolk had more compact carcasses than Bergamasca lambs whereas they showed higher percentage of intermuscular fat deposit. The results suggested that the two breeds raised with the forage-based feeding system could produce carcasses of good quality. (9) (PDF) In vita performance and slaughter characteristics of Suffolk and Bergamasca lambs at 90 days of age. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/41393813_In_vita_performance_and_slaughter_characteristics_of_Suffolk_and_Bergamasca_lambs_at_90_days_of_age [accessed Nov 13 2018].

In vita performance and slaughter characteristics of Suffolk and Bergamasca lambs at 90 days of age / A. Dal Prà ; A. Crovetti; F. Sirtori; G. Brajon; A. Olivetti; G. Campodoni. - STAMPA. - (2009), pp. 492-494. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Proceeding of the ASPA tenutosi a Palermo.

In vita performance and slaughter characteristics of Suffolk and Bergamasca lambs at 90 days of age

SIRTORI, FRANCESCO
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
CAMPODONI, GUSTAVO
Membro del Collaboration Group
2009

Abstract

AbstrAct - The objective of the present study was to compare in vita performance and carcass characteristics of Bergamasca and Suffolk lambs of 90 days of age. Bergamasca (15) and Suffolk (15) male lambs, originated from single and twin births equally represented, were weighed twice a month. Lambs were slaughtered to evaluate post-mortem characteristics and EUROP conformation score. Suffolk and Bergamasca lambs of 90 days of age produced carcasses with good quality; Suffolk had more compact carcasses than Bergamasca lambs whereas they showed higher percentage of intermuscular fat deposit. The results suggested that the two breeds raised with the forage-based feeding system could produce carcasses of good quality. (9) (PDF) In vita performance and slaughter characteristics of Suffolk and Bergamasca lambs at 90 days of age. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/41393813_In_vita_performance_and_slaughter_characteristics_of_Suffolk_and_Bergamasca_lambs_at_90_days_of_age [accessed Nov 13 2018].
Proceeding of 18th Congress of the ASPA
Proceeding of the ASPA
Palermo
A. Dal Prà ; A. Crovetti; F. Sirtori; G. Brajon; A. Olivetti; G. Campodoni
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