Fairfield FFA visits Miami Trace Invite


The Fairfield FFA sent two teams to the Miami Trace Invitational on March 11. The teams judged in the area of poultry and general livestock. The poultry team placed seventh out of 27 teams that came from all over the state to judge the different classes of hens, broilers and eggs. The general livestock team placed 47th out of 69 teams. It judged classes of market and breeding sheep, market and breeding cattle, and market hogs. On the livestock team, Blake Adams took the lead with a score of 569. The poultry team was led by Bri Burleson, followed by Teigan Thacksan, who was just 10 points away. Both of the teams enjoyed the contest and have attended many others showing their support for the livestock industry and their pride for their chapter. Pictured, from left, are Ms. Shelly, Bri Burleson, Blake Adams, Paige Teeters, Lane Frost, Ally Davis, Bre Flint, Teigan Thackstan and Rachel Shuler.

The Fairfield FFA sent two teams to the Miami Trace Invitational on March 11. The teams judged in the area of poultry and general livestock. The poultry team placed seventh out of 27 teams that came from all over the state to judge the different classes of hens, broilers and eggs. The general livestock team placed 47th out of 69 teams. It judged classes of market and breeding sheep, market and breeding cattle, and market hogs. On the livestock team, Blake Adams took the lead with a score of 569. The poultry team was led by Bri Burleson, followed by Teigan Thacksan, who was just 10 points away. Both of the teams enjoyed the contest and have attended many others showing their support for the livestock industry and their pride for their chapter. Pictured, from left, are Ms. Shelly, Bri Burleson, Blake Adams, Paige Teeters, Lane Frost, Ally Davis, Bre Flint, Teigan Thackstan and Rachel Shuler.


The Fairfield FFA sent two teams to the Miami Trace Invitational on March 11. The teams judged in the area of poultry and general livestock. The poultry team placed seventh out of 27 teams that came from all over the state to judge the different classes of hens, broilers and eggs. The general livestock team placed 47th out of 69 teams. It judged classes of market and breeding sheep, market and breeding cattle, and market hogs. On the livestock team, Blake Adams took the lead with a score of 569. The poultry team was led by Bri Burleson, followed by Teigan Thacksan, who was just 10 points away. Both of the teams enjoyed the contest and have attended many others showing their support for the livestock industry and their pride for their chapter. Pictured, from left, are Ms. Shelly, Bri Burleson, Blake Adams, Paige Teeters, Lane Frost, Ally Davis, Bre Flint, Teigan Thackstan and Rachel Shuler.

The Fairfield FFA sent two teams to the Miami Trace Invitational on March 11. The teams judged in the area of poultry and general livestock. The poultry team placed seventh out of 27 teams that came from all over the state to judge the different classes of hens, broilers and eggs. The general livestock team placed 47th out of 69 teams. It judged classes of market and breeding sheep, market and breeding cattle, and market hogs. On the livestock team, Blake Adams took the lead with a score of 569. The poultry team was led by Bri Burleson, followed by Teigan Thacksan, who was just 10 points away. Both of the teams enjoyed the contest and have attended many others showing their support for the livestock industry and their pride for their chapter. Pictured, from left, are Ms. Shelly, Bri Burleson, Blake Adams, Paige Teeters, Lane Frost, Ally Davis, Bre Flint, Teigan Thackstan and Rachel Shuler.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/03/web1_Fairfield-FFA-pic.jpgThe Fairfield FFA sent two teams to the Miami Trace Invitational on March 11. The teams judged in the area of poultry and general livestock. The poultry team placed seventh out of 27 teams that came from all over the state to judge the different classes of hens, broilers and eggs. The general livestock team placed 47th out of 69 teams. It judged classes of market and breeding sheep, market and breeding cattle, and market hogs. On the livestock team, Blake Adams took the lead with a score of 569. The poultry team was led by Bri Burleson, followed by Teigan Thacksan, who was just 10 points away. Both of the teams enjoyed the contest and have attended many others showing their support for the livestock industry and their pride for their chapter. Pictured, from left, are Ms. Shelly, Bri Burleson, Blake Adams, Paige Teeters, Lane Frost, Ally Davis, Bre Flint, Teigan Thackstan and Rachel Shuler.

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