2nd day of FFA judging qualifies area participants for state

Area students to receive state FFA degrees at annual convention in Columbia

Additional results and state qualifiers are available following the second day of judging at the Northwest Missouri District Career Development events for the FFA.

Princeton has two more first place teams: dairy cattle and meats.

Trenton has a first place winning team in ag sales and second in meats.

After Trenton in ag sales, Jamesport was second; Gallatin third, and Chillicothe fourth – all state qualifiers. Amy Gingerich of Jamesport was the highest ranked individual in ag sales followed by Trenton students Karley McCollum, Mariah Fox, and Sadie Roy second through fourth.

After Princeton top dairy cattle team, Trenton was fifth, Chillicothe seventh, and Gallatin ninth – all state qualifiers. Princeton students ranked in the top three were Chan Anderson, Andrew Smith, and Blaine Milburn.

Following top ranked Princeton in meats was Trenton second, North Harrison fourth. Individually, Dale Bagley, Alison Batson, Logan Hanson,and Lauren Cox were first, second, fourth, and fifth with Katerina Black of Trenton in between in third place.


On Tuesday, Princeton had first place teams in livestock and horses.

Princeton also qualified teams for state in soils and in poultry.

North Mercer qualified teams for state in agronomy and poultry.

Gilman City has state-bound teams in dairy foods, agronomy, and soils.

Jamesport qualified for state in ag sales, entomology, floriculture, nursery and landscape.

Trenton FFA teams qualified for state include ag sales, dairy cattle, meats, and farm management.

Hamilton FFA had first place teams in ag mechanics, forestry, and entomology. Hamilton also had teams qualify for state in agronomy, farmmanagement, horses, soils and nursery landscape.

Chillicothe FFA teams headed to state competition include ag sales, dairy cattle, farm management, and livestock.

Gallatin FFA teams qualified for state include ag sales, forestry, dairy cattle, horses, and nursery landscape.

Winston qualified a team in dairy foods.

Randall Mann


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