Meat Me at Davis
We are back. The mini games and excited voting activity are back.
Can you identify the livestock and poultry by-products?
Where do the meat cuts come from the animal carcasses?
Vote for your favorite meat species:
Here are the results:
Beef: 198 (Congratulations!)
Game meat: 18 (Big improvement !)
The first Meat Science Quiz Bowl Team in UC Davis History (From left to right: Linghuan Yang, Matthew Poon, Jared Hickory, Adia Magill, Toni Duarte (coach)). The team had the worst travel trip (flights got cancelled three time in two days) due to the bad weather condition in CO and arrived in Loveland at 3am on the day of the contest. They did a great job, survived three rounds in the quiz bowl competition.
Toni Duarte and Frederick Yang participated in the poster competition. Toni presented “Comparison of water chilling and air chilling on poultry shelf life” and was awarded 3rd place in M.S. division.
Karla Michelle Villatoro gave a presentation on “Survival of Acid Resistant Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli to organic and inorganic acids”, which has been one of six RMC Chairman Selected Abstracts out of 170+ abstracts.
Group picture in front of the Rocky Mountain National Park.
Group picture with the CSU mascot CAM the Ram.
At the banquet of 72th RMC.
Our lab exhibit “Meat Me in Davis” just made its debut at the Picnic Day in 2019!!!
Hundreds of people, including adults and kids participated in our mini games and won some cute prizes.
Over 400 people voted for their favorite meat species. And the winner is “SEAFOOD”!!!
Here are the results of the vote:
- Seafood (127)
- Beef (99)
- Poultry (63)
- Pork (57)
- Lamb & Goat (46)
- Game (11)