Career Development Event results announced from Missouri FFA Convention

Career Development Event

Results have been made available on a dozen career development events held Thursday at the Missouri FFA Convention in Columbia with more contests today.

In livestock judging, Princeton was third in the state followed by Chillicothe fourth, Meadville fifth, and North Harrison of Eagleville was tenth. Among the individual judges with livestock, Audrey Martin of Meadville took 2nd place in the state; Soyer Wimer of Princeton was 4th. Kaylee Lewis and Sydney Baxter from Chillicothe finished 6th and 10th respectively.

In farm management, Gilman City placed 8th in the state.  Trenton took ninth place in the state for the food science category. THS student McKenna Cox was the highest ranked member of the team, taking 9th.  In judging of soils, Braymer took 9th place. Trenton was 24th and Princeton 26th.

For FFA knowledge, Chillicothe was 9th, Princeton 11th, and Milan 12th. In dairy foods, Gallatin was 11th and Gilman City 19th. In the judging of horses, North Harrison was 13th, Princeton 14th, and Gallatin took 17th place.

For judging of poultry, Chillicothe was 26th, North Mercer 28th, and North Harrison was 29th.