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Student Clubs and Teams

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Animal Science Teams

Livestock Judging Team

Each year, the UNL Livestock Judging Team visits over 60 of the top livestock operations in 15 states to prepare for national competitions.

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Meats Judging Team

Meat judging consists of evaluating the differences in composition and quality between various meat cuts.

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Horse Judging Team

The UNL Horse Judging Team has a very successful team that travels multiple weeks and weekends to compete in various judging contests.

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Meat Animal Evaluation (MAE) Team

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                        Evaluation pose for a picture. Learn More

Husker Equestrian Team


Members of the 2018 Equestrian Team pose for a
                        picture in front of a landscape of mountains. Learn More

Quadrathlon Team


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                        for a picture with their certificate. Learn More

Animal Science Clubs

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Block and Bridle Club

This club promotes a higher scholastic standard among students of Animal Husbandry, especially all phases of student animal husbandry work in colleges and universities and brings about a closer relationship among the men and women pursuing some phase of animal husbandry as a profession.

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Meat Science Club

The purpose of this organization is to provide an outlet for further involvement and education in the field of meat science. In Meat Science Club you can learn about meat, process meat, eat meat! Between hands-on activities and trips to industry partners, club members get to experience the depth of career options that that food and animal sciences have to offer. For more information about this club, contact Rebecca Furbeck at rfurbeck@huskers.unl.edu.

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SEECA

Student for Education in Exotic and Companion Animals (SEECA) is a student organization that was formed for students with an interest in exotic and companion animals. The organization provides an opportunity for students with an interest in companion, exotic, or zoo animals to become acquainted with one another and to improve the knowledge and understanding of these animals.

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Join Other Student Organizations

Have you heard about the Rodeo Club? The University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers students more than 500 clubs and organizations. Register with NvolveU 2.0 and find a list of university-wide clubs and organizations. NvolveU 2.0 is a UNL web-based Student Organization database and tool. Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) can advertise events, communicate with members through roster management, complete direct reservations and much more. Learn More About NvolveU 2.0. In addition to the University-wide organizations, CASNR supports a number of organizations that relate directly to our students' interests. You can view a list of CASNR-supported clubs and organizations by clicking the button below.

CASNR-supported clubs and organizations