Dairy Quiz Bowl – Teams Now Forming

Posted On January 12, 2023— Written By
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Do you like ice cream, steak, hamburgers or cheese? How much do you know about dairy cows or the dairy industry? Want to know more? You may want to think about becoming a Dairy Quiz Bowl member. Teams are now forming!
You must be at least eight years old by January 1, 2023
First time members are welcome. You will receive all study materials and we will have plenty practices before the competition (March 4 in Chatham County).
To be a part of a team,  please contact the office at 336-372-5597 or email Aaron Ray @ aaron_tompkins@ncsu.edu.

The Dairy Quizbowl tests youth knowledge on matters relative to dairy production, dairy foods, and dairy industry/organizations through a written test as well as lightning question rounds. Read below for more details about how the contest works and where you can find more resources. General Contest Set up Most quizbowl teams have 4 members with up to 2 alternates. All members of the team take the written exam, but only 4 members compete in the team question and toss up rounds. After the written exam, teams are seeded and the competition begins with team questions. After team questions, toss up questions are asked and individuals can buzz in to answer. Rounds continue until a winner is chosen. In addition to the moderator, judges are present to address any issues that arise relative to the questions, answers, and general contest rules.

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