Shining a light on dark cutting

By Shan Goodwin
Updated September 8 2016 - 12:14pm, first published 9:13am
Dr Peter McGilchrist, animal production lecturer at Western Australia’s Murdoch University, is looking into the role mycotoxins in grass play in the incidence of dark cutting in beef.
Dr Peter McGilchrist, animal production lecturer at Western Australia’s Murdoch University, is looking into the role mycotoxins in grass play in the incidence of dark cutting in beef.

GIVEN it costs the Australian beef industry in excess of $55 million annually through consumer rejection, dark cutting is chased heavily by researchers.

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