The tight side of beef refers to the:
Closed beef side.
Open beef side.
The groove between the neck muscles in which the esophagus, trachea, and
blood vessels were is called the
In a forequarter of beef, the thin, pink to red muscle lying over the outside of the
shoulder and ribs is the:
Rib eye muscle.
Shoulder rose muscle.
The bones in the foreshank are the
The bones in the hindshank are the
The gambrel cord is also called the
Which of the following are NOT purchased by the military for carcass beef?
Cows and bulls.