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Economic impact and barriers to adoption of hang methods to improve eating quality in Australian beef and lamb

This project focusses on the identification and quantification of barriers to adoption and utilisation of Tender-stretching and other alternative hang methods in both sheep and beef plants.  The consultant will work with key processors to provide a clear benefit cost approach to determining the value of tender-stretching whilst also identifying catalysts that can assist the adoption of the science.  This project has a clear goal of lifting the utilisation of tender-stretching to 25% which would significantly improve the quality of both beef and lamb for Australian consumers.

 

 

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Contract No. Title Start date End date Funding type
V.EQT.1403
Tenderstretch: Economic Impact/Barriers of Hang Methods to Improve Eating Quality in Australian Beef and Lamb
24/06/2013 30/06/2014
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