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The size of a primal cut depends mostly on the size of an animal. Therefore, compared with a smaller animal, a larger animal will generally produce larger primal cuts. Specifying the required weight range for a primal cut can reduce waste and ensure product integrity. However, this can add to the cost of the cut.
Use the Beef Carcases and Primal Cut Weight Ranges and Yield Guide chart to find out what weights are available and order the primal that best suits your requirements.
This chart can be used to identify the average primal weight from various carcase weight ranges. This information is to be used as a GUIDE ONLY.