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HANDBOOK OF AUSTRALIAN MEAT 7TH EDITION

(INTERNATIONAL RED MEAT MANUAL)

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BOOK

The Handbook of Australian Meat 7th edition (International Red Meat Manual) was released in 2005 and is available in other Languages.

The English version is available through AUS-MEAT for AUD$99.00 inc GST.

Other Language versions of the Handbook of Australian Meat are available through Meat and Livestock Australia and their appropriate International Regional Offices. Translated versions available are: Japanese / Korean / Traditional Chinese / Simplified Chinese / Spanish.

MLA is endeavouring to publish an Arabic and French version of the Handbook of Australian Meat in 2007/08.

PLEASE NOTE: The CD-ROM version is no longer available.

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USERS' GUIDE TO AUSTRALIAN MEAT 4th  EDITION.

Users Guide to Australian Meat

The Users' Guide to Australian Meat 4th edition has been published with commercial expertise and technical advice from various organizations in the domestic meat industry sector. The purpose of this guide is to provide the domestic meat industry with a publication that provides in part a training tool with guidance to a Meat Quality System and for some Territory / State regulatory requirements for the domestic meat industry. This guide provides detailed references to meat specification, trading language, MSA meat grading programs, meat quality, technical criteria, meat yields/weight range guide and colour images of Beef/Veal/Lamb-Sheep/Goat primal and sub primal cut items.

The Content of this guide is clearly defined and all descriptions, specifications and coding are linked to the current edition of the AUS-MEAT Handbook of Australian Meat

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