Computer vision and remote sensing to assess physiological responses of cattle to pre-slaughter stress, and its impact on beef quality: A review
Maria Jorquera-Chavez, Sigfredo Fuentes, Frank R Dunshea, Ellen C Jongman, Robyn D Warner
MEAT SCIENCE | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2019
Pre-slaughter stress is well-known to affect meat quality of beef carcasses and methods have been developed to assess this stress. However, development of more practical and less invasive methods are required in order to assess the response of cattle to pre-slaughter stressors, which will potentially also assist with the prediction of beef quality. This review outlines the importance of pre-slaughter stress as well as existing and emerging technologies for quantification of the pre-slaughter stress. The review includes; i) indicators of meat quality and how they are affected by pre-slaughter stress in cattle, ii) contact techniques that have been commonly used to measure stress indicators in..View full abstract
Awarded by CONICYT PFCHA/ Beca de Doctorado en el Extranjero Becas Chile
Maria Jorquera-Chavez acknowledge the support from the scholarship funded by the CONICYT PFCHA/ Beca de Doctorado en el Extranjero Becas Chile,/2016 - 72170291.