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BRONAUGH FFA EQUALS SUCCESS!

BRONAUGH FFA = SUCCESS!

The Bronaugh FFA recently finished district competition at MSU in Springfield.  Pictured is Megan Yokley and Mr. Wait - Megan was the first place high individual in the Dairy Handler's Competition.

Pictured is Mr. Wait, Emily Peterson, Lora Shaw, Chance Wait, and Reece Mader - This Dairy Cattle Judging team placed 5th overall out of 47 teams and have qualified to compete at the state competition in Columbia, Mo. during the State FFA Convention.  Chance Wait was the 2nd high individual in the contest out of 179 competitors.
The Livestock Judging team of Thomas Kerbs, Megan Yokley, Kasen Pittes, and Joe Mader finished 14th out 46 teams and are the alternate team for state competition.
The Ag Sales team of Cydnee Piper, Chance Wait, Martell Moore, and Cole Diggins finished 10th and Cole was the 6th high individual.
The FFA Knowledge team of Bonnie Moore, Mandy Murphy, Nikki Fry, and Talyor Stratford finished 22nd.
The Entomology team consisted of Bryce Whitworth, Seth Weaver, and Troy Brannan
 
We are also pleased to announce that Bronaugh FFA has once again been selected as a top 50 FFA chapter in Missouri!  We have also earned a Superior Rating from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education!  We will be recognized at the state FFA Convention in Columbia in two weeks.  There are currently 328 FFA chapters in Missouri.
 
Other highlights for Bronaugh FFA that will take place at the State FFA Convention are:

 

Thomas Kerbs was selected as Area 9 star in agribusiness and Area 9 proficiency winner in turf grass management and goes to state competition with both.
Emily Peterson was selected as Area 9 star in agri-placement and Area 9 proficiency winner in beef cattle placement and goes to state competition in both.
Chance Wait was selected as Area 9 proficiency winner in Forest Management and goes to state competition.
Cydnee Piper was selected as Area 9 proficiency winner in Small animal production and care and goes to state competition.
Erin Reedy was 2nd in Ag Services at Area 9 competition.
 
Cydnee Piper, Erin Reedy, Thomas Kerbs, and Emily Peterson will all receive their state FFA degrees this year.
 
Cole Diggins was selected as a top 3 finalist in the Larry Harper Agricultural Essay sponsored by the Missouri Ruralist Magazine.
 
Chance Wait will be recognized for receiving a $1000 scholarship from the Missouri State Fair Youth in Agriculture Program and a $1000 scholarship from Farm Credit Services.

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