McClain competes at American Royal


Representatives from the McClain FFA Chapter attended the American Royal Livestock Show to compete in the American Royal 4-H and FFA Livestock Judging Contest held recently at the Hale Convention Center in Kansas City, Mo. The American Royal Association is a not-for-profit corporation that has been a Kansas City tradition since 1899. Each year more than 270,000 people attend events at the American Royal Complex. In 2012, the Royal was able to give $1.4 million in scholarship and educational awards. In addition to its educational mission, the Royal generates $60 million of economic impact, $4.4 million in local tax revenues, and supports 450 jobs. The chapter qualified for this contest at the State FFA Livestock Judging Competition in April. The members that competed were Eric Anderson, Ethan Cockerill, Emily Jones and Madison Schumacher. They judged 10 classes of livestock including commercial breeding animals and market animals. Of the 10 classes, the members prepared and delivered six sets of oral reasons.


Representatives from the McClain FFA Chapter attended the American Royal Livestock Show to compete in the American Royal 4-H and FFA Livestock Judging Contest held recently at the Hale Convention Center in Kansas City, Mo. The American Royal Association is a not-for-profit corporation that has been a Kansas City tradition since 1899. Each year more than 270,000 people attend events at the American Royal Complex. In 2012, the Royal was able to give $1.4 million in scholarship and educational awards. In addition to its educational mission, the Royal generates $60 million of economic impact, $4.4 million in local tax revenues, and supports 450 jobs. The chapter qualified for this contest at the State FFA Livestock Judging Competition in April. The members that competed were Eric Anderson, Ethan Cockerill, Emily Jones and Madison Schumacher. They judged 10 classes of livestock including commercial breeding animals and market animals. Of the 10 classes, the members prepared and delivered six sets of oral reasons.

Representatives from the McClain FFA Chapter attended the American Royal Livestock Show to compete in the American Royal 4-H and FFA Livestock Judging Contest held recently at the Hale Convention Center in Kansas City, Mo. The American Royal Association is a not-for-profit corporation that has been a Kansas City tradition since 1899. Each year more than 270,000 people attend events at the American Royal Complex. In 2012, the Royal was able to give $1.4 million in scholarship and educational awards. In addition to its educational mission, the Royal generates $60 million of economic impact, $4.4 million in local tax revenues, and supports 450 jobs. The chapter qualified for this contest at the State FFA Livestock Judging Competition in April. The members that competed were Eric Anderson, Ethan Cockerill, Emily Jones and Madison Schumacher. They judged 10 classes of livestock including commercial breeding animals and market animals. Of the 10 classes, the members prepared and delivered six sets of oral reasons.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/11/web1_Livestock-pic.jpgRepresentatives from the McClain FFA Chapter attended the American Royal Livestock Show to compete in the American Royal 4-H and FFA Livestock Judging Contest held recently at the Hale Convention Center in Kansas City, Mo. The American Royal Association is a not-for-profit corporation that has been a Kansas City tradition since 1899. Each year more than 270,000 people attend events at the American Royal Complex. In 2012, the Royal was able to give $1.4 million in scholarship and educational awards. In addition to its educational mission, the Royal generates $60 million of economic impact, $4.4 million in local tax revenues, and supports 450 jobs. The chapter qualified for this contest at the State FFA Livestock Judging Competition in April. The members that competed were Eric Anderson, Ethan Cockerill, Emily Jones and Madison Schumacher. They judged 10 classes of livestock including commercial breeding animals and market animals. Of the 10 classes, the members prepared and delivered six sets of oral reasons.