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Our colleagues in poultry science are hosting Poultry 201, October 25-27, 2016 at Texas A&M University. Go to the Poultry 201 page <www.poultry101.com/poultry201.html> for details. Poultry 201 is an in-depth workshop that covers all aspects of marination and batter and breading systems for poultry products. Topics will include meat chemistry, functional ingredients used, marination methods, cooking methods and equipment use/maintenance. The organizers and administrators of Poultry 201 are Christine Alvarado, Texas A&M University, Casey Owens, University of Arkansas, and Shelly McKee, USAPEEC. Source: Poultry 201…Marination, batter and breading.
The first 4-H Grilling and Smoking Workshop was held at the Rosenthal Meat Center on June 9, 2016. The workshop was coordinated by Davey Griffin with assistance from Dan Hale, Chris Kerth, and Jeff Savell from the Department of Animal Science. Lisa Fritz and Amanda Smith from H-E-B and Victoria Pilger, Jason Bagley, and Jerry McPherson from Texas Beef Council led some of the activities of the workshop. There were about 40 4-H members and adult leaders in attendance. Beef and pork anatomy overview The workshop began with Davey Griffin giving… Read More →
The Aggie Processed Meat Technology School will be held on the campus of Texas A&M University, College Station, on April 20-22, 2016. The school is hosted by the Department of Animal Science, Texas AgriLife Extension Service in partnership with the Southwest Meat Association, Texas Association of Meat Processors, and the North American Meat Institute. Details of the school can be found at http://aggiemeatschool.blogspot.com. What Participants Will Learn? By attending the Aggie Processed Technology Meat School, you will discover both the science and the art of making processed meat products. The… Read More →
Texas A&M University will again host one of the PORK 101™ workshops on June 1 through 3, 2016. PORK 101™ is a three-day, hands-on experience designed to update participants on quality and consistency issues in the pork industry. The program is hosted by the American Meat Science Association (AMSA) in cooperation with the National Pork Board and is sponsored by Elanco Animal Health. PORK 101™ is co-sponsored by the American Association of Meat Processors (AAMP), American Society of Animal Science (ASAS), North American Meat Institute Foundation (NAMIF) and the Southwest Meat… Read More →
The next session of Creative Sausage Making is scheduled for January 15-16, 2016. Registration for the seminar, led by our resident sausage expert, Dr. Wes Osburn, is now open through our Texas A&M AgriLife Extension registration online system. To be sure that the program allows for hands-on sausage manufacturing opportunities, the workshop is limited to the first 30 registrants, so please go ahead and get your registration completed as soon as possible. We are still negotiating with a couple of the local hotels for our room block, so… Read More →
The 2016 dates for Introductory HACCP Course and Beyond Basics: HACCP Plan Improvement Workshop have been set. All courses are taught in the Kleberg Center on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas by Kerri Gehring and Jeff Savell from the Department of Animal Science . Introductory HACCP Course March 9-10, 2016 August 31-September 1, 2016 November 30-December 1, 2016 Beyond Basics: HACCP Plan Improvement Workshop May 24-25, 2016 November 3-4, 2016 For more information, contact Tiffany Walsingham at 979-862-3643 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beef 101 is a three-day intensive hands-on program designed for anyone who has an interest in expanding their knowledge of the total beef industry. This workshop has been conducted since 1989 and has become known as the leading educational program for basic information about the beef industry provided anywhere in the United States. Beef 101 is taught by faculty, staff, and students in the Department of Animal Science at Texas A&M University and is conducted in the Rosenthal Meat Center and the O.D. Butler Animal Science Complex. Beef 101 is… Read More →
Meat Science graduate students gain valuable leadership skills by working with programs such as Beef 706. Beef 706 is sponsored by the Texas Beef Council on behalf of the Beef Checkoff, is hosted by the Department of Animal Science, and is a producer-education program where those in the beef production industry learn first-hand about the ultimate product they are producing. Each class enlists the help of graduate students to lead the cutting groups where a side of beef is cut into its wholesale parts. Graduate students hone their teaching… Read More →
The 2015 Aggie Commercial Steer Camp was held on the campus of Texas A&M University on July 27-28, 2015. The camp was hosted by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and the Department of Animal Science and sponsored by The Texas Beef Council, San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo®, and Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. There were 85 participants who learned a great deal about all aspects of preparing livestock for the commercial steer shows, and instruction was aided by 18 show officials, past participants, and committee members from the… Read More →
The 2015 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ steer, barrow, lamb, and goat carcass contest results are listed below: 2015 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ Carcass Contest – Steers 2015 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ Carcass Contest – Barrows 2015 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ Carcass Contest – Lambs 2015 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ Carcass Contest – Goats Source: 2015 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ steer, barrow, lamb, and goat carcass results | AggieMeat