Noble Foundation Jr. Beef Journal is an app designed to empower FFA and 4-H students to capture key pieces of information from the field as they raise steers for competition. With this app, you will be able to:*Create steer profiles.*Nominate steers for the Noble Foundation's Junior Beef Excellence Program.*Record steer identifiers.*Log body weight measurements.*Log steer health conditions and medical treatments.*Log feeding information.*Write journal entries.*Upload photos to document and enhance log and journal entries.*Calculate an overall performance summary.*View a complete, detailed report of all steer record-keeping activity for use in competitive programs that have record-keeping requirements.The Noble Foundation Junior Beef Excellence Program (NFJBEP) recognizes the carcass merit of steers exhibited at junior livestock shows by FFA and 4-H members in eight south-central Oklahoma counties. The program is an outgrowth of a longstanding tradition of 'terminal' junior steer shows in Carter County, Oklahoma, dating back to 1968. In 1988, the Noble Foundation took over sponsorship of the county contest from an informal group called the Carter County Beef Eaters Association. The contest has existed in its current, expanded format since 1996. After the county junior livestock shows, steers entered in the NFJBEP are delivered to Ardmore and commingled for two days before being transported and harvested. Carcass measurements are taken and ranked by professional meat scientists.Oklahoma residents of Carter, Garvin, Jefferson, Johnston, Love, Marshall, Murray and Stephens counties are eligible to participate in the program.
||Compatible with iPhone 4. iTunes account required.