4-H Alberta Steer Carcass Competition Guidelines
Deadline Oct 30
Goal: The goal of this competition is to find the carcass that provides the highest quality beef for a restaurant.
Requirements: A 4-H member in good standing, located and registered in the Province of Alberta. All Policy 6.05 Rules and Regulations must be followed, in addition to the following:
An expression of interest must be provided 4-H Specialist (email@example.com) by October 30, 2016.
Carcass Steers must be weighed in, tagged with 4-H and CCIA Tag, along with an Animal Registration Form and Registration Fee submitted to the 4-H Alberta Steer Carcass Competition Committee. Deadline for weigh-in, the animal registration form and fee is December 1, 2016.
The Provincial Carcass Committee will provide a date range, to those who express interest, for when all Carcass competition animals must be weighed in. These weigh in dates will be in November.
A picture of the animal on weigh-in day must accompany the animal registration form
The animal must be “Tie Broke”
Members must agree to deliver the animal to one of the Abattoir’s selected by the Provincial Carcass Committee on the date specified. Estimated delivery will be early July.
Members must provide a final picture of member and animal on day of delivery to the Abattoir
- Provide a display/PowerPoint on the animal for use at the Centennial Celebration at Fever Weekend, August long weekend 2017.
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Photos by 4-H Alberta. Summer Synergy 2016 in Olds, Alberta