Rhea County 4-H members compete in the Block and Bridle Round-Up
Published: 11:24 AM, 03/22/2013
Last updated: 11:43 AM, 03/22/2013
Author: Josey Harris Source: The Herald-News
The first Saturday in March is always reserved for the
University of Tennessee’s Annual Block and Bridle Round-Up Livestock and Meat Evaluation Contest.
Rhea County 4-H members competed against teams from all over Middle and East Tennessee in the meat
evaluation competition. The Senior High team consisted of Josh Lamb, Cole Wilson, Jason Schalk,
Jonathon Schalk and Randy Reed, all from Rhea County High School. The team placed fifth overall,
with Josh Lamb placing seventh as Overall High Individual.
The junior high individuals that
participated included Georgia Sutton and Kyle Carr of Spring City Elementary. Kyle placed first in
the Overall High Individual category and first in the Meat Evaluation category. Georgia placed third
in the Overall High Individual category and second in Retail Meat Identification.
High Team will be competing at the State 4-H Meat Evaluation Contest on June 4 at UT-Knoxville.
Those 4-H members that would like to learn more about Meat Evaluation and/or other judging
team opportunities are encouraged to contact the UT Extension Office at 775-7807.
Extension offers its program to all eligible persons regardless of race, religion, color, national
origin, sex, age, disability or veteran status and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Rhea County 4-H
is a United Way agency.