Livestock Judging youth livestock

 


 

2014 State 4-H Livestock Judging Contest
Online Entry Form
General Rules

 

Results from Contests
2014 NCJHA Judging in January
2012 NC State Fair & Southeastern Regional Livestock Judging Contest
2012 North Carolina 4-H Livestock Judging Contest
2012 NC FFA Livestock Judging Contest
2012 NC Junior Hereford Association Judging in January Event
2011 NC State Fair & South Eastern Regional Livestock Judging Contest
2011 North Carolina 4-H Livestock Judging Contest
2006 North Carolina State Fair Livestock Judging
Junior Division
Senior Division
2006 South Eastern Regional Livestock Judging
Senior Division

 

Useful Resources
Approach to Placing a Market Steer Class
Dr. Chris Skaggs and Dr. Chris Boleman
Breeding Beef Cattle Judging Outline Dr. Larry Boleman
Breeding Swine Selection Dr. Chris Skaggs and Dr. Chris Boleman
Evaluating Market Steers from a Grading Standpoint Dr. Chris Boleman
Evaluating Market Swine Dr. Chris Boleman
Inspecting and Handling sheep in Judging Dr. Chris Skaggs and Dr. Chris Boleman
Livestock Judging Contest Scoring Procedures Dr. Chris Skaggs and Dr. Chris Boleman
Presentation of Oral Reasons Dr. Chris Boleman
Reasons Terminology for Breeding Cattle Dr. Chris Skaggs and Dr. Chris Boleman
Reasons Terminology for Market Lambs Dr. Chris Skaggs and Dr. Chris Boleman
Reasons Terminology for Market Steers Dr. Chris Skaggs and Dr. Chris Boleman
Sample Sets of Livestock Judging Oral Reasons Former members of TAMU Livestock Judging Teams
Using Expected Progeny Difference (EPD) and Scenarios in Judging Contests Dr. Chris Boleman
Why Judging Beef Cattle is Important Dr. Larry Boleman

 

Additional Resources
Live Animal & Carcass Evaluation from Auburn University
Guide to Livestock Judging from Kansas State University
Nash, S. A. & Sant, L. L. (2005). Life-Skill Development Found in 4-H Animal Judging. Journal of Extension, 43(2), .

 

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