Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun[mass noun] British
Raw meat as distinct from corned or tinned meat.
- The price is so poor of venison, less than 40p a pound skin on carcass meat for red farrow that it really is not worth a poacher's while.
- The convention aims to restrict this traffic to carcass meat and encourage animals to be slaughtered in the country of origin.
- Strategy is firmly established as one of the breed's elite carcass meat sires.
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