Fairfield students study meat


Two Fairfield FFA members traveled to competition on May 1 in meat evaluation. The students practiced for two weeks and took trips to Hunters Meats, which donated some of its time for the students to practice. The students learned the cuts of meat from various animals and also how to grade them like a meat inspector would do on a daily basis. This CDE (Career Development Event) helps kids get a feel for the meat processing and packing industry. Due to the number of members on the team, they placed second to last but enjoyed the competition and look forward to it next year. Bri Burelson and Braden Heizer stand next to meat carcasses at hunters meats during their practice.

Two Fairfield FFA members traveled to competition on May 1 in meat evaluation. The students practiced for two weeks and took trips to Hunters Meats, which donated some of its time for the students to practice. The students learned the cuts of meat from various animals and also how to grade them like a meat inspector would do on a daily basis. This CDE (Career Development Event) helps kids get a feel for the meat processing and packing industry. Due to the number of members on the team, they placed second to last but enjoyed the competition and look forward to it next year. Bri Burelson and Braden Heizer stand next to meat carcasses at hunters meats during their practice.


Two Fairfield FFA members traveled to competition on May 1 in meat evaluation. The students practiced for two weeks and took trips to Hunters Meats, which donated some of its time for the students to practice. The students learned the cuts of meat from various animals and also how to grade them like a meat inspector would do on a daily basis. This CDE (Career Development Event) helps kids get a feel for the meat processing and packing industry. Due to the number of members on the team, they placed second to last but enjoyed the competition and look forward to it next year. Bri Burelson and Braden Heizer stand next to meat carcasses at hunters meats during their practice.

Two Fairfield FFA members traveled to competition on May 1 in meat evaluation. The students practiced for two weeks and took trips to Hunters Meats, which donated some of its time for the students to practice. The students learned the cuts of meat from various animals and also how to grade them like a meat inspector would do on a daily basis. This CDE (Career Development Event) helps kids get a feel for the meat processing and packing industry. Due to the number of members on the team, they placed second to last but enjoyed the competition and look forward to it next year. Bri Burelson and Braden Heizer stand next to meat carcasses at hunters meats during their practice.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/05/web1_Fairfield-pic-1.jpgTwo Fairfield FFA members traveled to competition on May 1 in meat evaluation. The students practiced for two weeks and took trips to Hunters Meats, which donated some of its time for the students to practice. The students learned the cuts of meat from various animals and also how to grade them like a meat inspector would do on a daily basis. This CDE (Career Development Event) helps kids get a feel for the meat processing and packing industry. Due to the number of members on the team, they placed second to last but enjoyed the competition and look forward to it next year. Bri Burelson and Braden Heizer stand next to meat carcasses at hunters meats during their practice.