Area students participate in FFA Judging Events

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Princeton FFA students participated in judging events at Brunswick and Columbia Friday and Saturday. Princeton had one first place team at each site.

At the Trowbridge Livestock Center of the University of Missouri, Princeton won the livestock judging and grading clinic. Chillicothe FFA placed second. 43 schools competed on Saturday in the 28th annual contest hosted by MU animal science division.

Individual rankings include Audrey Martin of Meadville 1st; Shambree Hagan and Savannah Milburn of Princeton 2nd and 4th; Gunnar Leach and Zack Trout of Chillicothe were 6th and 7th.

Results from Brunswick Judging Day show FFA teams from Princeton captured first place in livestock, second in horses, and third in meats. Among other schools at Brunswick, Green City won 1st in horses with North Harrison of Eagleville 3rd.

In forestry, North Harrison took 1st with Putnam County of Unionville 2nd.

In livestock, Green City was 2nd and South Harrison of Bethany was 4th.

Among individual results involving Princeton FFA members in the contests at Brunswick, Shambree Hagan and Maddie Enright were 1st and 2nd – Savannah Milburn was 4th in livestock. Allison Batson of Princeton was 3rd in meats. Kylie Willet of Princeton was 2nd in horses.

Students from other schools ranking as top individuals at the Brunswick Judging Day were Audra Lee of Green City 1st in horses and Jacob Helbing of Putnam County took 1st in forestry.

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