RESULTS OF MEAT QUALITY AND TECHNOLOGICAL SUITABILITY ASSESSMENT OF FATTENERS OBTAINED FROM MATING NAIMA SOWS WITH P-76 BOARS.
 
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Pol. J. Food Nutr. Sci. 2004;54(2):199–202
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Investigations were carried out on 97 samples of musculus longissimus dorsi cut out from carcasses of commercial fatteners 24 h after slaughter. The control group consisted of wbp pure-bred fatteners, whereas the experimental group comprised hybrids obtained from crossing Naima sows with P-76 boars. No carcasses with quality deviations of DFD or ASE type were recorded in either of the examined groups, while the proportion of PSE meat in the experimental group amounted only to ca. 1.5%. Favourable results of physico-chemical and technological examinations as well as of sensory evaluation of meat and smoked loin indicate that the examined hybrids can be treated as good raw material for the production of both culinary meat and for processing.
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