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NATIONAL 4-H MEAT JUDGING - 2004 AMERICAN ROYAL NATIONAL 4-H MEAT JUDGING & IDENTIFICATION CONTEST

The American Royal National 4-H Meat Judging & Identification Contest was held October 13, 2004 at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas.

Top Individuals

  1. Meagan Igo, Texas
  2. Lindsay Smith, Wyoming
  3. Adam Loll, Minnesota
  4. Shanna Ward, Kansas
  5. Erin Hunt, Texas
  6. Bethany Bigham, Alabama
  7. Markus Miller, Texas
  8. Andrew Faulkner, Alabama
  9. Rebecca Morrison, Alabama
  10. Travis Yeik, Wyoming

Top 5 Teams

  1. Texas
  2. Wyoming
  3. Alabama
  4. Minnesota
  5. Kansas

In total, 57 contestants from 15 states participated in the contest. Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Wyoming were represented.

Awards and scholarships were sponsored by the American Meat Science Association Educational Foundation, American Royal, and Saddle & Sirloin Club.

Texas

High Team Overall

2004 American Royal National 4-H Meat Judging and Identification Contest

Wyoming

Second Place Team Overall

2004 American Royal National 4-H Meat Judging and Identification Contest

Alabama

Third Place Team Overall

2004 American Royal National 4-H Meat Judging and Identification Contest

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  • @MeatScience: Congratulations to @TexasTech University, Senior Division champs of the American Royal Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest #meatjudging
  • @MeatScience: Congratulations to Fort Scott Community College, American Royal Meat Judging champions for the A-Division #meatjudging
  • @MeatScience: Congratulations Jenna Frink, Colorado State University: High Individual, Senior Division in the American Royal Meat Judging Contest
  • @MeatScience: Congratulations Rachel Gold, Fort Scott Community College: High Individual, A-Division of today's American Royal Meat Judging Contest