- The competition allows students to test their knowledge and skills about livestock.
- The contest consists of an oral presentation, written test, lab practicum and a team quiz bowl.
- UW-Madison and UW-Platteville compete in the fall and the winning teams from both universities represent their college at the regional contest in the spring.
- Contact : Ally Ingles – email@example.com
ACHA Horse Clinic
- Please see flyer and registration form below for more information
- Contact for more information: Shannon Palmer – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Saddle and Sirloin members help organize a livestock show for Animal Science 101 students.
- Students learn to care for and exhibit a horse, lamb, steer, heifer or pig. They must choose a species that they are not familiar with or have not shown in the past.
- The Animal Science 101 students show off their new skills while they participate in a showmanship contest with their chosen animal.
- Contact: Erica Thomas
Meat Animal Evaluation Contest
- Animal Science students compete in a national competition which consists of four divisions: breeding stock judging, market animal estimates and judging, meat judging and a team communication division.
- Contact Bernie O’Rourke or Terry Jobsis at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
National Block & Bridle
- Saddle & Sirloin is a proud member of the National Block & Bridle.
- Members attend the National Block & Bridle Convention, where students attend seminars, take farm and industry tours and interact with fellow animal science enthusiasts.
- Colleges throughout the nation test their beef, sheep and swine evaluation skills at the annual contest hosted and organized by UW-Madison.