McClain FFA places in top 20 in nation


Four members of the McClain FFA Chapter had the opportunity to represent Ohio at the national level. They traveled to Indianapolis to compete at the National FFA Livestock Judging Evaluation Competition. During the two-day contest, members had to complete a team activity, three keep/cull classes, a written exam, a performance bull class, eight classes of livestock, and four sets of reasons. The team activity consisted of a marketing scenario and sire selection scenario to test their knowledge of the livestock industry. The team walked away with a silver rating and a top 20 finish in the nation. This is the highest level of competition in the National FFA Organization. The judging team members are pictured, from left, Eric Anderson, Emily Jones, Advisor Chris Fitzpatrick, Bryn Karnes and Caleb Cook.

Four members of the McClain FFA Chapter had the opportunity to represent Ohio at the national level. They traveled to Indianapolis to compete at the National FFA Livestock Judging Evaluation Competition. During the two-day contest, members had to complete a team activity, three keep/cull classes, a written exam, a performance bull class, eight classes of livestock, and four sets of reasons. The team activity consisted of a marketing scenario and sire selection scenario to test their knowledge of the livestock industry. The team walked away with a silver rating and a top 20 finish in the nation. This is the highest level of competition in the National FFA Organization. The judging team members are pictured, from left, Eric Anderson, Emily Jones, Advisor Chris Fitzpatrick, Bryn Karnes and Caleb Cook.


Four members of the McClain FFA Chapter had the opportunity to represent Ohio at the national level. They traveled to Indianapolis to compete at the National FFA Livestock Judging Evaluation Competition. During the two-day contest, members had to complete a team activity, three keep/cull classes, a written exam, a performance bull class, eight classes of livestock, and four sets of reasons. The team activity consisted of a marketing scenario and sire selection scenario to test their knowledge of the livestock industry. The team walked away with a silver rating and a top 20 finish in the nation. This is the highest level of competition in the National FFA Organization. The judging team members are pictured, from left, Eric Anderson, Emily Jones, Advisor Chris Fitzpatrick, Bryn Karnes and Caleb Cook.

Four members of the McClain FFA Chapter had the opportunity to represent Ohio at the national level. They traveled to Indianapolis to compete at the National FFA Livestock Judging Evaluation Competition. During the two-day contest, members had to complete a team activity, three keep/cull classes, a written exam, a performance bull class, eight classes of livestock, and four sets of reasons. The team activity consisted of a marketing scenario and sire selection scenario to test their knowledge of the livestock industry. The team walked away with a silver rating and a top 20 finish in the nation. This is the highest level of competition in the National FFA Organization. The judging team members are pictured, from left, Eric Anderson, Emily Jones, Advisor Chris Fitzpatrick, Bryn Karnes and Caleb Cook.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/11/web1_McCain-FFA.jpgFour members of the McClain FFA Chapter had the opportunity to represent Ohio at the national level. They traveled to Indianapolis to compete at the National FFA Livestock Judging Evaluation Competition. During the two-day contest, members had to complete a team activity, three keep/cull classes, a written exam, a performance bull class, eight classes of livestock, and four sets of reasons. The team activity consisted of a marketing scenario and sire selection scenario to test their knowledge of the livestock industry. The team walked away with a silver rating and a top 20 finish in the nation. This is the highest level of competition in the National FFA Organization. The judging team members are pictured, from left, Eric Anderson, Emily Jones, Advisor Chris Fitzpatrick, Bryn Karnes and Caleb Cook.