Step by Step Guide to Commercial Beef Slaughtering – Full Video
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Intended for others in the slaughter industry who wish to learn or improve the slaughter process, in this video, the Bearded Butchers, who have over 25 years of experience in the commercial slaughter industry, show you how to slaughter a beef in a humane and efficient manner. The video begins with a discussion of equipment and process used, along with the importance of humane slaughter.
The Bearded Butchers explain that humane slaughter is the process of killing an animal in a way that minimizes pain and suffering, as well in compliance with USDA standards. They show and discuss the different methods of stunning and exsanguination that can be used to humanely slaughter a cow.
The video then goes on to show the step-by-step process of slaughtering a cow. The Bearded Butchers use a captive bolt stunning device to render the cow unconscious. Once the cow is stunned, they bleed it out by severing the jugular vein and carotid artery. The carcass is then skinned, eviscerated, split, and put in the cooler.
This video is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to learn how to slaughter a cow in a humane and efficient manner. The Bearded Butchers are experienced professionals who have a deep understanding of the slaughter process. They provide clear and concise instructions that are easy to follow. The video is also visually appealing and well-edited. If you are interested in learning more about humane slaughter, or if you are simply curious about the process, then this video is a must-watch.
Everything was great except I Wish there was more than just 1 video, and getting access too some back and forth with the staff. Well done