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hindquarter

(hīnd′kwôr′tər)
n.
hindquarters The posterior part of a quadruped, adjacent to the hind legs.
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The cold left half of the carcasses were separated into the following primary cuts: hindquarter, which was comprehend of the posterior part of the carcass, separated from the forequarter between the fifth and sixth rib and the side at an approximate distance of 20 cm from the vertebral column; forequarter, which was composed of the neck, shoulder, foreleg arm, and five ribs, and side, which was composed of the region of the sixth rib and the abdominal muscles, as showed in Figure 1.
Although animals fed SB grain had heavier hindquarter (Table 3), diets had minimal effect on the forequarter to hindquarter ratio.
Richard Pankhurst: found to be "tight in his hindquarter" after working on Saturday
During the time that Oy was feeling out of sorts with his hindquarter, our geese got out and wandered close to the creek that runs next to our property.
The weight of primary cuts (hindquarter, forequarter and side cut) was taken from the right half of the carcass and the percentage was expressed at the ratio of weight of cold carcass.
forequarters and hindquarters. Carcass deboning was performed by identifying and separating the major muscles, muscle groups, bones, connective tissues (tendon and cartilages), and subcutaneous fat from each cuts.
Weight of empty carcass, warm and cold carcass, chilling loss, warm and cold carcass yield, measurement in cm of carcass, leg and forearm length, cushion thickness of chilled carcass, amount of muscles, bone and fat, determination of longissimus dorsi muscle area and thickness of subcutaneous fat, carcass conformation, physiological maturation and participation of the three main commercial cuts: flank, forequarter, hindquarter were calculated, following Arboitte et al.
Chemical composition was also determined from the right fore- and hindquarter. Data were analyzed using least squares analysis of variance for unequal subclass numbers.
Research shows that the French are keen to buy top quality UK hindquarter cow beef for the first time in 10 years, but the market has changed since older cows like these were last on the market before the export ban.
This week the British Food Standards Agency said it had found spinal cord in hindquarter sections sent to a British company from abattoirs in France and Germany.
The Meat Hygiene Service confirmed that on August 28 cord had been found in three hindquarter sections of meat sent to a British company from an abattoir in France.
He consistently produces temperamentally docile offspring with great muscular skeletal development, superior length and hindquarter development with correct locomotion.