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Intercollegiate Judging Contests


Rules published in the Livestock Premium List on Sept. 15.

The intensity is high and so are the stakes as many of tomorrow's food industry leaders compete on collegiate judging teams at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. The Stock Show is proud to play a role in fostering a rich educational environment where these collegiate team members can excel.
The Stock Show hosts three important intercollegiate judging contests:
  • Dairy Cattle Judging
  • Livestock Judging
  • Meat Judging

SOUTHWEST DAIRY CATTLE JUDGING CONTEST


JUNIOR AND SENIOR AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES

SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 2020 – 7:30 A.M.
CATTLE ARENA

  • Each college will be permitted to enter two teams, if it wishes to do so.
  • Three or four students shall constitute a team. Individuals will not be allowed to judge.
  • Ten classes of dairy cattle will be placed and there will be four sets of oral reasons given.
  • Classes will consist of Brown Swiss, Holstein and Jersey Cattle.
  • Participation is by invitation only.

LIVESTOCK JUDGING CONTEST


JUNIOR AND SENIOR AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2020 – 7:30 A.M.
NEW LOCATION – WATT ARENA

  • Each college may enter only one team and may not enter both Junior and Senior Livestock Judging Contests.
  • Twelve classes of livestock will be judged and eight sets of oral reasons given.
  • Classes will consist of Beef Cattle, Goats, Horses, Sheep and Swine. Reasons will not be given on Horse Classes.
  • Participation is by invitation only.

MEAT JUDGING CONTEST

DIVISION A AND SENIOR DIVISION

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2020 – 6 A.M.
FRONTIER MEATS, FORT WORTH, TEXAS

Each college may enter only one team in either the Division A or Senior Division.

Ten classes are to be judged as follows:
  • One class of beef carcasses
  • Two classes of pork carcasses
  • One class of beef pricing
  • Two classes of wholesale pork cuts
  • Two classes of wholesale beef cuts
  • Two classes of lamb carcasses
  • Each of the above classes will consist of four specimens.
  • In addition, there will be fifteen beef carcasses for quality and yield grading and ten specifications cuts to be accepted or rejected.
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