Carcass contest winners get prizes
November 11, 2021
Holly Neibergs I WSU
PULLMAN - Macoy Reiber is the grand champion carcass winner at the Palouse Empire Fair beef carcass contest.
Reiber has presented the traveling Joe Palumbo trophy, $1,000, and a trophy buckle on Oct. 26 at Washington State University's Meat Science Laboratory in Pullman.
More than 60 animals were in the competition vying for $3,000 in prize money and trophy buckles.
Reserve Champion carcass winner was his brother, Maverick Reiber, who received a trophy buckle and $750.
Mason Debolt and Kyle Debolt tied for third place with both receiving $500.
A fourth-place tie between Ryan Kane and Kenz...
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