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forequarter

(fôr′kwôr′tər)
n.
The foreleg, shoulder, and adjacent lateral parts of an animal, especially a horse.

forequarter

the quarter of an animal carcass that includes a forelimb; in the live animal refers to the part of the animal forward of the elbow, excluding the neck and head.
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This hormone has an effect reflex in the commercial aspect of the carcass because, cuts allocated in the forequarters have less value than in the hindquarters.
In fact, opportunities for deterioration are few and far between as around one and quarter forequarters of beef are boned out every minute.
Germany is a major frozen food exporter, particularly in beef -- 433,928 tons in 1991, more than half of that in unboned forequarters and hindquarters to the Soviet Union, a market that has presumably diminished sharply this year.
com/reports/c52396) has announced the addition of "Market Snapshot Report: Russia-Import-2005, Meat of Bovine Animals, Frozen: Boneless: Forequarters, "Compensated" Quarters in Two Blocks, One of Which Contains the Forequarter, and the Other, the Hindquarter, Excluding the Tenderloin, in One Piece, H" to their offering.
Previous outbreaks of foot and mouth in Brazil forced Russia and other users of forequarters and trimmings to switch to other South American countries, particularly Uruguay, hence the stable cattle price for the past few months.
30 Beef forequarters butchery skills workshop, Food Technology Centre, Coleg Menai, Llangefni, Anglesey.
Facing me, he steps onto a blowdown, lifting his huge forequarters and brown-muzzled head, scent-checking the quartering breeze.
The FSA said the discovery was made at a cutting plant in Dundee in two forequarters of imported beef, weighing 147.
McDONALD'S says some of the beef for its burgers is from the UK, but it is lean flank and forequarters meat, not offal.
com/reports/c23256) has announced the addition of Market Snapshot Report, Russia - Import, Frozen Boneless Beef Forequarters - 2004 to their offering.
2001) who reported that male goats deposit relatively more weight in the forequarters than in the hindquarters.