WA Meat Up Butchery Workshop for Producers

  • Date: Friday, Oct. 27
  • Time: 9:30 a.m. & 2 p.m.
  • Speaker: Dr. Paul Kuber, WSU NE Washington Regional Livestock Extension
  • Track: Track D

Join WSU NE Washington Regional Livestock Extension Specialist Paul Kuber in a special two-part workshop at the Tilth Conference. The first hour of the workshop will take place inside WA Meat Up’s Mobile Meat Classroom, and will cover meat butchery demonstrations across multiple species, consumer preferences, product quality, informed product value and pricing models, and customer communication and retention. Participation in the morning Mobile Meat Classroom workshop is limited to 8 participants. Please reserve your spot using the form below.

In order to attend this session, you must be registered for the Tilth Conference. Register for the conference before signing up for this session.

In the afternoon we will return for a larger discussion with producers and meat processors across the sector for an opportunity to debrief, connect and learn from each other.


  • 9:30–10:45 am: Mobile Meat Classroom
  • 2:00-3:15 pm: Combined discussion (optional)

WA Meat Up is a partnership of Washington State University Extension and Washington Department of Agriculture Regional Markets Program. This workshop is made possible through a USDA Western Extension Risk Management Education Program Grant.

We are no longer accepting registrations for the WA Meat Up Butchery Workshop.

About the Speaker

  • Dr. Paul Kuber

    WSU NE Washington Regional Livestock Extension

    Dr. Paul Kuber is the Washington State University NE Washington Regional Livestock Extension Specialist. Paul serves a multi-county region across northeastern Washington and maintains an office at the Spokane County WSU Extension Office. Paul comes to Washington from Ohio State University where he held teaching, research, and extension appointments since 2004. Prior to that time he was on the Animal and Veterinary Sciences Faculty at the University of Idaho. Paul completed his PhD in Animal Sciences at WSU in 2001, MS in Animal Science at the University of Nebraska, and BS in Animal Science at Cal State Fresno.