Showcattle.com Virtual Judges

There are not real judges on Showcattle.com, the cattle are judged by computer algorithms.  However, the crew of virtual judges all have their individual preferences for what they look for in cattle they judge.

Showcattle.com Judges
Antonio Slattery Doesn't really consider muscling as important in breeding stock as other judges.
Benjamin Mccown Tends to place more importance on muscling in market classes than other judges.
Blanca Kowalczyk Tends to place less importance on the structure and muscling of breeding stock.
Charles Segal The most balanced judge. He doesn't have any real preferences.
Dale Harville One of the most balanced judges when considering condition, structure, and muscling.
David Marra Tends to place less importance on the structure of breeding stock.
Earl Bryant A pretty middle of the road, balanced judge.
Javier Levering Places a lot of emphasis on muscling and condition in market stock. An animal could get by with a little less structure as long as it has more meat and proper conditioning.
Jerry Ober You really need a structurally correct steer to do well in his market classes and a well muscled animal to do well in his breeding stock classes.
Johnny Leland Tends to place less importance on the structure of breeding stock. Really likes muscling in breeding stock.
Jonathan Osburn Jonathan places more emphasis on the condition of cattle than any other judge.
Joshua Lively Tends to place less importance on the structure of breeding stock. Really likes muscling in breeding stock.
Krista Halliburton Tends to emphasize structure in breeding stock more than other judges. Really likes muscling in breeding stock.
Liza Ahlstrom Doesn't really consider muscling as important in breeding stock as other judges but does consider muscling and structure highly important in market classes.
Manuel Ellsworth Considers structure highly important in market stock.
Max Graciano Tends to place less importance on the structure of breeding stock. Really likes muscling in breeding stock.
Myra Lasley Doesn't really consider muscling as important in breeding stock as other judges.
Neil Eidem Tends to emphasize structure in breeding stock and ignore muscling more than other judges.
Nina Calhoun Really likes well muscled breeding stock.
Raymond Newberry Considers muscling a lot more than most judges in breeding stock classes.
Rodney Montero Places slightly less importance on muscling in market steers than most judges.
Samuel Cope Tends to emphasize structure in breeding stock more than other judges.
Serena Emmick Tends to emphasize structure in breeding stock more than other judges.
Terry Cashman Tends to emphasize structure in breeding stock more than other judges.
William Kelley Places less importance on muscling in both market and breeding classes than most judges.