FFA teams from Grundy R-5, Gallatin and Cameron lead in Career Development Event competition

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FFA judging teams from Grundy R-5, Gallatin, and Cameron captured first-place honors during the second day (Wednesday) of the Northwest Missouri District Career Development Events.

Grundy R-5 had a team top the judging in horse evaluations. North Mercer was second. Others that qualify for the state convention in this category include Cameron, North Harrison, and Princeton. Peyton Wells of Mercer was the top individual judge.

Gallatin had two teams win first place. They competed in dairy cattle and forestry. State qualifying teams in dairy cattle include Cameron, Trenton, North Harrison, Pattonsburg, and Braymer. Gallatin’s Sullivan Bird was the top student. In forestry, state qualifying teams, besides Gallatin, are Pattonsburg, North Harrison, Cameron, and Princeton. Gallatin’s Abigail Burns was first among individual rankings.

Cameron was first place in poultry. Other teams qualifying for state include Winston, Pattonsburg, Chillicothe, Gallatin, and Princeton. Chris Self of Cameron was the top student.

Other career development events at the district have area teams qualifying for state.

In ag mechanics, the qualifying teams are Chillicothe, Gallatin, Cameron, and Winston. Trenton is an alternate. Levi Youtsey of Winston was the highest-ranking student. In floriculture, teams advancing to state are from Cameron, Braymer, Gallatin, Jamesport, and Maysville. State qualifying teams in livestock judging include Chillicothe, North Mercer, North Harrison, and Gallatin. Harlee Beck of Chillicothe was the top student judge in livestock.

Qualifying for state in soil judging were teams from Gallatin, Polo, and Gilman City.

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