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In Reply to: Question for KCBS Reps posted by Phil on March 17, 2011 at 10:59:35:
no need to translate -
4.12 Dropped Entry
Question: What happens when an entry is dropped?
Opinion: If an entry is dropped before being judged for Appearance all the judges are to give the entry the highest score on that table on APPEARANCE.
Generally, not every piece of meat hits the floor. Try and salvage any meat that may not have been contaminated. Divide the meat into as many pieces as necessary, so all the judges can get a sample.
If the entry is dropped while the judges are passing the entry around the table, you may be able to get enough of the entry from one of the judges, who had already taken a sample. If you have a judge who refuses to sample the dropped product, ask for a volunteer from one of the other tables. As a last resort, give the entry the highest score on taste and tenderness, of all the other entries, for that category, at that table.
If all six entries are dropped and no meat is salvageable from any container; then each entry shall be given a score equal to the highest score given for that category, at that contest.
Be sure to turn the Judges Slip over and explain what you did and why. February 17, 2006
Robert in Garden City
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