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Synonyms for carcass

the physical frame of a dead person or animal

Synonyms for carcass

the dead body of an animal especially one slaughtered and dressed for food


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The figures also show young bull carcases improved the most, there was an increase in fat cover in heifers, and steer carcases were the heaviest ever.
With pricing regimes imposing penalties of up to 10p/kg for underweight bull carcases, the difference in returns between 250kg and 300kg carcases of the same quality at today's prices can easily be pounds 100 a head.
Increasing levels of Holstein genetics in the national herd clearly bear some responsibility for the 33 kg/head increase in average bull carcases to 324 kg recorded over the same period.
Beef and Veal Frozen Carcases, Half-carcases and Quarters, Cuts: European Union Market Outlook 2010 and Forecast till 2015
Carcases from the progeny of a superior sire should be heavier and yield more meat than those of a sire with a lower RBY slaughtered at the same stage of fat cover.
The second is the proposed introduction by processor George Adams and Sons of Lincolnshire, of the Danish developed AutoFOM method of assessing lean meat content of carcases by ultrasonics.
THE quality of British beef is at a record high, according to industry analysis of carcases.
Farmers may, or may not, get better returns with the development of a "groundbreaking" Video Image Analysis system being trialled for objectively evaluating sheep carcases.
The difficulty in finding enough carcases "to spec" is cited by buyers as one justification for increasing imports.
Only drowned sheep carcases can be disposed of in this way.
That in turn means you can use cheaper product chillers instead of large room chillers for whole carcases.
According to the new EBLEX figures, 48% of prime beef carcases met the preferred 'R4L or better' specification during 2007.
The NFU is campaigning to remove the health and safety procedure of splitting sheep carcases and removing the spinal cord, saying the risk of any disease spreading from animals to humans is virtually non existent anyway.
The quality of English beef carcases showed marked across-the-board improvements over the past year, according to the latest annual carcase classification figures from the English Beef and Lamb Executive.
Accusations that some price reporting abattoirs are over-trimming their carcases before weighing have been backed up by a report from European Commission inspectors.