Texas A&M hosts workout for meat judging teams

Going over specifications during workout

Going over specifications

The Rosenthal Meat Center hosted its annual workout on Friday, March 4, 2016 ahead of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest. This practice is an annual activity, and the Rosenthal Meat Center has hosted this workout as one of the longest running activities in its history. Ray Riley and Davey Griffin along with graduate and undergraduate students and staff set up the workout, and meat judging teams from all over the country stopped by before heading to Houston for the meat judging contest on Saturday, March 5, 2016.

Here are a few photos of the students, coaches, and products available for practice. Good luck to the contestants, and please feel free to come back to visit the Rosenthal Meat Center again in the future.

Judging lamb carcasses at workout

Judging lamb carcasses

Placing hams at workout

Placing hams

Meat judging team members going over specifications at workout

Meat judging team members going over specifications

Beef specifications at workout

Beef specifications

Pork specifications at workout

Pork specifications

Judging lamb and pork carcasses at workout

Judging lamb and pork carcasses

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