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Meat judging Cougars get first win in 50 years

PULLMAN — Washington State University students haven’t had a meat judging team in over 50 years.

The first team in 50 years won first place in the National Meat Judging contest.

A meat judging team tests students’ ability to evaluate carcasses and cuts of beef, pork, and lamb for their grade, ranking, and value in the meat industry.

As well as being the winner in Denver, several individual team members placed high in the contest.

Junior agricultural and food business economics major, Bailey Sherley, placed second overall by winning the lamb judging, pork judging, and questions divisions.



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