Beef on the Farm: Slaughtering, Cutting, Curing



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National Agricultural Library



SLAUGHTERING BEEF on the farm or ranch is the only means of obtaining fresh beef in many localities.

Home dressing of beef often makes it possible to procure meat at a considerable saving.

Blocky, healthy animals, in good condition, yield the most desirable beef.

Simple equipment and methods, described and illustrated in this bulletin, enable farmers to follow each step in the process of converting live animals into meat.

It is believed the procedure set forth in this bulletin provides a practical, modern, and satisfactory method of killing, cutting, and curing beef on the farm.


Beef on the Farm: Slaughtering, Cutting, Curing