Does anyone use judging101.com for a livestock judging resource? I have been trying to figure out how to actually subscribe to it. Other good (cheap) resources?
The Judging Connection .com has a lot of free practice classes/resources.
We use judging 101 and like it. They are slowly adding new classes and they are current appearing animals. As far as registering, I'm not sure. When I go to the page it has a register tab at the top, click it, enter information, click verify, then enter CC or PayPal info.
CEV has a ton of classes, reasons, trainings, etc. If you don't have a CEV account you can typically get a 30-day trial for free to check it out.
Judging Pro is another great resource! It is mainly videos where judging 101 is all pictures at various views (profile, front, rear, top, etc...) I think you can see so much more from the videos and really see the structural differences come to life. It is also a paid subscription.
I used judging101.com when I was training livestock and equine evaluation teams. I always thought it was worth the money. At the top of the screen is a link that says register. Once you have an account you view the classes by clicking on the silhouette of the animal you want to judge.
I agree with Jamie Snider above that videos are better, but I was rarely able to afford sites that offered quality videos. The pictures at judging101.com provide some of the better pictures I've found online. I would also put together picture classes of my own from the internet, but if you are inexperienced with judging this might not work.
I also suggest Google searches for "free (insert animal) judging classes." Example classes are constantly being posted on various sites for short periods of time. This allows you to catch the new classes when one is posted.
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