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Title: Effects of three management systems on meat quality of dairy breed goat kids
Authors: Zurita-Herrera, Pedro
Delgado Bermejo, Juan Vicente
Argüello Henríquez, Anastasio 
Camacho Vallejo, Maria Esperanza
Germano Costa, Roberto
Keywords: Fatty-Acid-Composition
Coronary Heart-Disease
New-Zealand
Intramuscular Collagen
Carcass Composition, et al
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: 0971-2119
Journal: Journal of Applied Animal Research 
Abstract: The effect of three management systems on meat quality of 61 goat kids was determined. Kids from the extensive management system displayed stronger pink meats than animals from intensive systems with natural and artificial rearing management. The type of management system did not affect the pH, chemical composition and sensorial evaluation. Intensive combined with artificial rearing management system meat displayed the lowest capacity to retain water inside the muscle. Intramuscular fat deposits from kids reared under extensive management system showed the lowest percentage of C14:0 fatty acids and the highest percentage of C18:1 fatty acid. A strong influence of physical activity and trough grazing modulated the fatty acid profile in muscle of kids reared under an extensive management system, producing healthier meat relative to intensive with natural and artificial rearing management systems, as reflected by the fact that the lowest atherogenicity index was measured in intramuscular fat from kids reared under extensive management system. An extensive management system produces similar goat kid meat as intensive with natural and artificial rearing management systems, but with a lower atherogenicity index.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/50043
ISSN: 0971-2119
DOI: 10.1080/09712119.2012.739564
Source: Journal of Applied Animal Research[ISSN 0971-2119],v. 41, p. 173-182
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