IMAGE 1- Hind
Shin - Shank
This consists of the boneless portions of the 1100 hindquarter and 2100 forequarter shin muscles packed together.
Hindquarter extensor group
Forequarter extensor group
Forequarter flexor group
Hindquarter flexor group
/ IMAGE 2- Hindshank (bone-in)
The hindshank is cut from below the knee joint through the femur bone of a hindquarter, leaving the patella intact. This cut included the tibia bone and patella. The outer skin and other surface fat are removed.
/ IMAGE 3- Heel meat
Heel Muscle removed from the silverside.
/ IMAGE 4- Achilles plus hind tendon
The superficial and deep flexor tendons and surrounding fibrous tissue of the fore and hind feet.
Other tendons: Achilles, M infraspinatus, M biceps brachii
/ IMAGE 5- Foreshank (bone-in)
The bone-in foreshank is derived from a forequarter by a cut through the joint of the arm bone and humerus.
/ IMAGE 6- Fore shin conical
The tapered muscle from the underside of the foreshank.
/ IMAGE 7- Paddywack
The yellow elastin connective tissue separated from the eye muscle along the length of the spinal column to the 10th rib.