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‘Everything’s Coming up Roses!’

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On February 10th, the Maywood FFA team traveled to the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA) in Curtis for their first spring Career Development Event (CDE) in Livestock Management and Floraculture. The Livestock team placed 7th out of 20 teams.  They had to complete 6 general knowledge tests and practicums over beef, dairy, swine, sheep, poultry, & equine.  This is the only contest in Nebraska that allows the students to complete the entire contest as a team.  Team members included Bryar Gerlach, Tucker Hartley, Kaely Perkins, Pake Johnston, Von Fritsche, and Bailey Brown.  

The Floriculture team placed 2nd and will compete at the state contest in April. This contest consists of plant identification, general knowledge over floriculture, creating an arrangement, and completing a price sheet for their arrangement. 

1st-Marisa Foster- Purple ribbon 

Kayla Minary & Bailey Brown- Blue ribbons

Tate Hartley- White ribbon

Individuals in the top 50% ribbon. 

Results from Career Development Events held March 1st 

The Maywood FFA Chapter also did very well at our district Career Development Events held March 1st at NCTA.  The nursery and landscape team took 1st place.  Their contest consisted of plant, parasite, & equipment id; general knowledge exam over landscape principles; and the team prepared a landscape design in a box from various materials brought in by contest officials.  The vet science team of Kaely Perkins completed a general knowledge exam, breed identification, parasite id, and equipment id.  The meat science team also competed in a tough district contest.  The team ended up 5th after completing a general knowledge exam; identifying meat cuts based on the species, primal cut, & retail cut; along with class placings & quality & yield grading. The team is headed to Eustis on Friday to compete in the E-F Invitational and gain more knowledge about the meats industry and contest. Below are the individual results:

Nursery & Landscape:

Marisa Foster-1st purple ribbon

Paige Wood- 3rd purple ribbon

Tucker Hartley- blue ribbon

Bailey Brown-  blue ribbon  

Vet Science:

Kaely Perkins- 22nd red ribbon

Meat Science:

Bryar Gerlach- 8th red ribbon

Tucker Hartley- 17th red riboon

Von Fritsche

Paige Wood

Kudos to Maywood FFA!

 

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