The Milford FFA has had a great Summer preparing for and competing in Career Development Events leading up to and at the Delaware State Fair. The students worked hard and their time and dedication paid off. Many students entered individual exhibits into the Fair and were successful in bringing home many ribbons to represent their placings.
The following students represented Milford FFA in Career Development Events/Livestock Shows:
The Agriculture Mechanics Team placed 2nd in the State and will be representing Delaware at the Big E in Springfield, Massachusetts
The Forestry Team placed 2nd in the State and will be representing Delaware at the Big E in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Nick Wright (5th Individual)
Cameron Maule (7th Individual)
Jared Maule (8th Individual)
The Livestock Judging team placed 4th in the State.
Alison Nordberg (4th Individual)
Harley Lardner (6th Individual)
Julia Adams (9th Individual)
The Poultry Judging Team placed 1st in the State and will be representing Delaware at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Rebeca Castaneda (1st Individual)
Patrick Donovan (3rd Individual)
Sage Culver (5th Individual)
The Veterinary Science Team placed 4th in the State.
Ty Cartwright (6 Individual)
Curtis Sharp (4th Individual)
Curtis Sharp ( 2nd Place)
Jarrah Felton (4th Place)
Swine Market Class
Jarrah Felton ( 3rd Place)
Jaineil Johnson ( 8th Place)
Curtis Sharp ( 10th Place)
Bridget Hufnagel (2nd Place)
Kacie Casper (5th Place)
Makayla Parson (6th Place)
Taylor Wessel (7th Place)
Jonah Simpson (9th Place)
Market Sheep Class
Bridget Hufnagel (6th Place)
Taylor Wessel (8th Place)
Jonah Simpson (8th Place)
Cheviot Breed Class
Makayla Parson (1st Place)
Kacie Casper (3rd Place)
The following Chapter Displays placed at the Delaware State Fair with numerous students working on each display to make them a success.
Delaware Agriculture Products Display- 6th Place
Educational Display- 6th Place
Landscape Display- 4th Place
Swine Educational Display- 3rd Place
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