Judging Club

Membership to the Livestock Club is open to all students from Macdonald campus of McGill University. The main goal of the Livestock Club is to increase the opportunity to all MAC students in discovering and participating in our annual Intercollegiate Judging Competition. Taking part in the Livestock Club is a great way to make your mark and it allows you to meet people and learn more about livestock and crop judging. E-mail us or look in the Mouthpiece for our first meeting in the beginning of the fall semester.

Macdonald Judging Team. One of the best kept secrets on campus, the Macdonald Judging Team is open to all students at Mac. The judging team participates in various intercollegiate competitions throughout the year at other agricultural colleges and universities across Canada. The campus is host to our annual judging competition, which is always during the Mac Winter Carnival. The Mac judging team offers a chance for students to improve their practical agricultural knowledge as well as their communication and decision making skills. No experience is required! It is also an excellent opportunity to make lasting friendships with students both at Mac and other universities. As they say in Guelph: "Win or loose, we go for the booze!" Watch for practices and meeting announcements in the Mouthpiece!

Other Advocacy & Education clubs

CAFP at Macdonald campus is the junior branch of a national association.
The Mac Good Food Box is your on-campus source of very fresh & (mostly) local fruits and vegetables, available to you at a VERY affordable price!
As food revolutionaries, Happy Belly applies the principle of ''Think globally, act locally''.
If you've ever been interested in places besides the Earth, the Mac Astronomy Club is probably a good place for you.
The Macdonald Student-Run Ecological Garden is a diversified vegetable farm located at the Macdonald Campus of McGill University in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec.  
The McGill Global Food Security Club raises awareness and organizes projects focusing on food security issues at the local and global level. The club is a hub for student projects.
Raise awareness about and take action in developmental, social, and healthcare issues of concern worldwide