Poultry Judging Clinics

Each year our department holds Poultry Judging Clinics in conjunction with our College of Agriculture’s Spring Judging Clinics. At these clinics, FFA students from across the state come to learn about poultry judging. They experience several stations where they learn how to observe, score, and record their answers in preparation for the FFA Career Development Events.

These stations include Exterior Shell Quality grading, Carcass Placement, Parts Identification and Bone-in and Bone-less Further-Processed Products evaluations. Students currently majoring in Poultry Science  and are involved with the Poultry Science Club here at Auburn man each station, and guide the FFA students in their evaluations of these stations.

This event is a great chance for us to offer an educational workshop for high school students. We enjoy hosting them on Auburn’s campus and look forward to this event each year. We’re excited to see which FFA chapter qualifies for state and brings home the winnings this year!

You can learn more bout Alabama FFA by visiting them online.

2016 Poultry Judging Practice Guide

2016 Poultry Judging Practice Guide from Auburn University's Department of Poultry ScienceWe want your team to succeed

Did you attend our judging clinic, but want more information to give to your students? Maybe you were unable to join us on Auburn’s campus for this year’s clinic. Either way – we’ve developed a PDF guide for you to share with your students.

Please feel free to download this resource to help your students practice their judging skills before the CDE’s!

Download the Guide