Week Two An_Sci 2114/F_S 2114
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rebecca June Schleicher on Friday September 4, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to An_Sci 2114/F_S 2114 at University of Missouri - Columbia taught by Bryon Wiegand in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see Live Animal and Meat Evaluation in Animal Science and Zoology at University of Missouri - Columbia.
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Date Created: 09/04/15
Animal Science 2114Week Two F uscle Growth Bone Animal Market Weight Feed Ef ciency Ibs lele Steer 1350 58 61 Pig 270 261 Lamb 135 51 Goat 90 71 Turkey Hen 16 amp Tom 22 231 Broiler 8 201 Or less Rabbit 3 251 WhyWhy not to eat animals Religion Culture PalatablityEating experience Availability Status ex working class Nutrition Cheap food policy The US is founded by this YieldUseable Product Quanty Muscle yiEId Eating experience Live weight Marbling Carcajss welght Flank streaking Dressmg Percentage what39s left vs what39s kIlle Tenderness Fat Color Most important Muscle freshness Hide ex wool Flavor GU E fl Juiciness Sex Fat Horns vs Pulled Water Fatness Loin area What is meat Muscle from animals that is t for human consumption Most commonly talked about Beef pork veal lamb venison poultry and seafood High protein iron vitamins essential fatty acid Who in the world eats pork Source wwwfasusdagov Country LbCapita Denmark 150 Czech Rep 142 Germany 104 US 68 Britain 50 Ukraine 35 Mexico 22 Who in the world eats beef Country LbCapita Argentina 134 US 97 Australia 79 Ukraine 44 Britain 37 Japan 26 India 3 ncline in beef decline in poultry Who in the world eats poultry Country LbCapita US 103 Hong Kong 102 Britain 55 Japan 31 Turkey 16 Driven by lifestyleconvenience and price Who eats lamb and goat Country LbCapita New 72 Zealand Australia 37 Greece 31 Britain 13 US 1 Cheap Food Policv What does this mean If it s not cheap consumers won39t buy it ex fast food What are examples of this concept McDonalds Burger King Wendy39s School districts lunch P son Food stampsEBTWic Social safety net programs How might this affect food animal production Indirect A lot of what we produce is commodity We trade as commodity Bulkmass quantitytonnage Some are undervalueoperating at different labels ex bacon plants copack labels for generics and national retail brands corn brand bacon WhyTo capture a wide variety May or may not affect animal production but it does in uence it How might this affect food animal pricing Do people have a right to consumebuygrow food animal products HCW YG Q avg3 G Lean 24081X 899 216488 Gross Bee G 899 30 Ch 24 Revenue f 39 Reve R 817 28 2 Ch La G 84 29 Ch mb R 76 24 Ch Por G 221 343 k R 216 575 ADG Average Daily Gain FE Feed Ef ciency DOF Days on Feed Basis pricing Ch39YG 30 24081cwt 24021lb Typical Feeder Steer Black in color 500bs 140000 Worth 200000 when killed Room of operations 60000 Feed cost 40 Labor YardageEquipment Veterinary Bills Interest Trucking Needs to be 1300Ibs 800bs Too lighttoo heavy deduction Lamb 15978cwt Live Carcass price will 55 dressing always be more than 29051cwt Carcass live price Chain LiVe D Chain E Lookup Concept of a loss leader Best case scenario re EX Milk and meats Iamos vs 18 pigs 2000 25 acres D 1c 25 acres D 7 6 Problem we face toda et
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