McClain FFA Chapter attends invitational


The Mt. Gilead Invitational was held on Feb. 18. The McClain FFA chapter was represented at this contest in the General Livestock, Equine, Poultry, and Wildlife Interpretation portions of the contest. These spring Career Development events all allow the members to effectively make decisions and be confident in those choices. The McClain FFA General Livestock judging team placed third. Madison Schumacher was the high individual in this aspect of the contest. The Equine Management team placed third. The Poultry judging team placed ninth. The Wildlife Interpretation team placed ninth.


The Mt. Gilead Invitational was held on Feb. 18. The McClain FFA chapter was represented at this contest in the General Livestock, Equine, Poultry, and Wildlife Interpretation portions of the contest. These spring Career Development events all allow the members to effectively make decisions and be confident in those choices. The McClain FFA General Livestock judging team placed third. Madison Schumacher was the high individual in this aspect of the contest. The Equine Management team placed third. The Poultry judging team placed ninth. The Wildlife Interpretation team placed ninth.

The Mt. Gilead Invitational was held on Feb. 18. The McClain FFA chapter was represented at this contest in the General Livestock, Equine, Poultry, and Wildlife Interpretation portions of the contest. These spring Career Development events all allow the members to effectively make decisions and be confident in those choices. The McClain FFA General Livestock judging team placed third. Madison Schumacher was the high individual in this aspect of the contest. The Equine Management team placed third. The Poultry judging team placed ninth. The Wildlife Interpretation team placed ninth.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_FFA-pic-1.jpgThe Mt. Gilead Invitational was held on Feb. 18. The McClain FFA chapter was represented at this contest in the General Livestock, Equine, Poultry, and Wildlife Interpretation portions of the contest. These spring Career Development events all allow the members to effectively make decisions and be confident in those choices. The McClain FFA General Livestock judging team placed third. Madison Schumacher was the high individual in this aspect of the contest. The Equine Management team placed third. The Poultry judging team placed ninth. The Wildlife Interpretation team placed ninth.
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