E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Biotechnology and Food Technology|
|Published online||04 December 2020|
Formation of meat productivity, nutritional value and suitability of beef for baby food
1 Department of Toxicology and Feed Quality, Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution Krasnodar Research Centre for Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine, 4, Pervomayskaya Street, 350055, Krasnodar, Russian Federation
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The research was carried out on the farms of the raw material zone of the Branch "Tikhoretsky Canned Meat Plant" of DANON RUSSIA JSC in two districts of the Krasnodar Territory. Experimental data on the productivity of bull-calves of dairy-meat black-and-white breed and its cross-breed with bulls of Kalmyk beef breed. In the "Rubin" farm of the Goryacheklyuchevsky district, the productivity of beef cattle of the Charolais breed was studied. In the study of raw meat for baby food, a comparative assessment of the quality and food safety of beef from black-and-white bulls; cross between black-and-white and Kalmyk breeds; Charolais breed was carried out. In terms of protein quality indicator (6.5), beef from Charolais bulls exceeded the rest (6.16 and 5.8). The Charolais breed has the best protein composition (19.8 g / kg of lysine, the limiting amino acid for the child's body). In terms of safety indicators, taking into account the maximum permissible levels of residual amounts of pesticides, toxic elements, antibiotics, meat raw materials from black-and-white bulls and a cross with the Kalmyk breed met the requirements of the interstate standard for raw materials for baby food.
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