The Art of Meat Cutting

Dr. Cahill paid $500 for this framed poster portraying Max Cullen at a silent auction at the Reciprocal Meat Conference in June 2009, and he donated it to the Meat Lab Office (122 Animal Science Building). You can read more about Max Cullen below.

Max O. Cullen, meat cutter and carver extraordinaire, was a staff member of the National Livestock & Meat Board for 34 years. Max is best remembered for his flawless cutting demonstrations while wearing a tuxedo and was influential in devising creative methods for meat cutting, cooking, and carving. Max Cullen was one of the founders of the Reciprocal Meat Conference, and for his contributions to the meat industry, he received The Signal Service Award. Donated to the RMC Silent Auction by the friends of the National Livestock & Meat Board.