Pork quality may not vary significantly across sex, marketing group, production focus or season, suggesting that there is no good reason for pork producers to change management strategies, according to a large study of nearly 8,000 commercially raised pigs.
"We had an opportunity to answer a lot of questions for the pork industry," said Dustin Boler, assistant professor in the University of Illinois animal sciences department.
Anna Dilger, an associate professor in the departm
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