meat, indentificaiton, judging, animal husbandry department
Cooperative Extension Service, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
Meat is a food most attractive to one's appetite. A diet without meat lacks savoriness and palatability. The following statement regarding meat has been accepted by the American Medical Association: "The modern science of nutrition shows meat to be a wholesome, valuable, healthful, easily digestible and highly nutritious food." Because of meat's importance in. the diet, all 4-H Club members should avail themselves of the opportunity afforded by meat judging and identification work to become more familiar with quality in meat and with the wholesale and retail cuts of meat. (See more in text).
Johnson, I. B., "Meat Identification and Judging" (1937). SDSU Extension Circulars. 364.