Recent developments in beef marketing have created more opportunities for producers to reap greater financial rewards based on the carcass merit of the animal. Increased premiums are being offered for animals that excel in the USDA's Quality or Yield Grade scoring systems. There is an increasing focus on beef tenderness with today's consumer. Producers need to understand how on-farm production practices can affect feedlot performance and carcass merit. This study utilized 75 Angus steers to determine the effects of age-at-weaning and post-weaning management on performance and carcass characteristics of steers.
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Grimes, J. F., Fluharty, F. L., Turner, T. B., & Zerby, H. N. (2007). Effect of Age-at-Weaning and Post-Weaning Management on Performance and Carcass Characteristics of Angus Steers. The Journal of Extension, 45(1), Article 15. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol45/iss1/15