Beef flavor affected by production system

Beef flavor affected by production system

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For about 95 percent of all the beef produced in America today, the typical production system involves weaning a calf at six to seven months and then placing it in a forage-based stocker growing program for three to six months. After this time, the animal is fed grain another 140 to 160 days before it is sent to market.

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