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Gray MS Wins Back-to-Back MS Horse CDE State Championships

Florida FFA is please to announce the results of the 2013 Middle School Horse Evaluation Career Development Event (CDE).  The event was held on Friday, January 18 at the Okeechobee County Agri-Civic Center in Okeechobee.  28 teams competed in the event, which included four judging classes and a skill-a-thon.

 

Florida FFA would like to thank Dr. Saundra TenBroeck and Mrs. Wendy Devito of the University of Florida for coordinating the event.  Additionally, FFA would like to thank Mr. Brian Trimble, the Okeechobee FFA Alumni, and the Okeechobee County Agri-Civic Center for hosting the event and providing lunch.

 

The first place team was Gray Middle School from Groveland.  Team members include Briann Ellis, Jillian Philips, Katie Strickland and Morghan Neuhofer.  The advisor is Casey Ferguson.

 

High Teams

Placing            Total   Team

1          1250   Gray MS

2          1205   Belleview MS

3          1198   Grand Ridge

4          1197   Lake City MS

5          1174   QI Roberts

6          1166   South Sumter MS

7          1163   Jenkins

8          1153   Bronson MS

9          1146   Suwannee MS

10        1143   Bell MS

11        1142   McLaughlin MS

12        1142   Dundee Ridge

13        1137   Crystal River MS

14        1132   Malone MS

15        1120   Okeechobee Yearling

16        1115   Martinez MS

17        1101   DeLand MS

18        1092   Williston MS

19        1073   Turkey Creek MS

20        1064   Okeechobee Osceola MS

21        1063   Tomlin MS

22        1044   Centennial MS

23        1033   Piedmont Lakes MS

24        1020   Dixie MS

25        990     Ocoee MS

26        975     Bradford MS

27        940     Lake Placid MS

28        837     Galaxy MS

 

High Individuals

Placing            Total   Name / Team

1          449     Erika Altman / Jenkins

2          431     Kaitlyn English / Belleview MS

3          429     Jillian Phillips / Gray MS

4          429     Niko Alexander / Belleview MS

5          424     Kaylee Hatcher / Malone MS

DeLand FFA places 6th in National Livestock CDE

INDIANAPOLIS- Winners of the National FFA Livestock Evaluation Career Development Event (CDE) were announced on Friday at the annual awards banquet. The event was held in conjunction with the 85th National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. Van Smith of Alabama served as superintendent of the event.

The top ten individuals and the national winning team members received cash awards to recognize their success in the event. The cash awards and the livestock evaluation event are sponsored by Bayer Animal Health, SureChamp, Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc. and Kent Nutrition Group.
The National FFA Livestock CDE is a competitive event that tests the student’s ability to select and evaluate livestock. Event components include eight evaluation classes of beef, sheep, swine, and goats; oral placement reasons on four classes; and a written exam on livestock production. A team activity, utilizing reproductive and marketing information, demonstrates the teams’ livestock selection ability. Each team in the event competed at local and state levels for the privilege of representing their state at the National FFA Convention & Expo.

This event, held at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, Ind., is one of many educational activities at the national convention in which FFA members apply classroom knowledge to real-life situations.

1st Place– Oklahoma
2nd Place– California
3rd Place– Wyoming
4th Place– Kansas
5th Place– Indiana
6th Place– Florida
7th Place– Missouri
8th Place– Ohio
9th Place– Arkansas
10th Place– Colorado

Top Placing Teams
Katie Lippoldt, Kaitlin Pritchett, Matthew Walta, and Gatlin Squires, all of Kingfisher FFA
Kayla Hildebrand, Amy Hanks, Vanessa Soto, and Kayla Welcher, all of Templeton FFA
Allison Dolph, Lucas Drake, Mackenzie Klipstein, and Ted Weekly, all of High Plains FFA
Lane Mai, Clayton Moubry, Jordan Moubry, and Payton Stoppel, all of Russell FFA
Blake Ford, Heath Harper, Taylor Gamble, and Layne Lumley, all of Mc Cutcheon FFA
Drake Bishop, Katie Boze, Melissa Knowles, and Robert Wolford, all of De Land Hs FFA
Brody Cridlebaugh, Jake Letner, Kimberly Meinke, and Emily Schwenneker, all of Princeton FFA
Hannah Frobose, Logan Browne, Lane Kemner, and Diana Bushman, all of Eastwood FFA
Morgan Marley, Katlyn Tunstill, Wesley Henry, and Ashley Henry, all of Elkins FFA
Jaylinn Lohr, Courtney Klein, Wilson Ogg, and Kyndal Reitzenstein, all of Platte Valley FFA

Suwannee FFA is 5th in the Nation for Agricultural Communications

INDIANAPOLIS- Winners of the National FFA Agricultural Communications Career Development Event (CDE) were announced Friday at the annual awards banquet. The event was held in conjunction with the 85th National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis, Ind. Dr. Erica Irlbeck of Texas served as superintendent of the event.

The top ten individuals and the national winning team members received cash awards to recognize their success in the event in the event. The cash awards and the agricultural communications event are sponsored by the Bader and Rutter, dishNET and Osborn & Barr as a special project of the National FFA Foundation.

The National FFA Agricultural Communications CDE is a competitive event that tests students’ skills in all areas of the agricultural communications field and evaluates how well they can apply classroom knowledge to real-life situations. Participants attend a simulated news conference and use the information gathered to complete individual practicums in writing, electronic media and design. Prior to the event, students compile media plans related to innovative agricultural practices, management techniques and marketing tools. Each team then creates a 15-minute presentation based on their proposal. Members also compete in an editing exercise and a general communications quiz.

The event, held at the University Place Hotel in Indianapolis, Ind., is one of many educational activities at the National FFA Convention & Expo & expo in which FFA members practice the lessons learned in agricultural education classes.

1st Place– Iowa
2nd Place– Kansas
3rd Place– Washington
4th Place– Indiana
5th Place– Florida
6th Place– Texas
7th Place– North Carolina
8th Place– Tennessee
9th Place– South Dakota
10th Place– North Dakota

Top Placing Teams
Abigail Nelson, Katelyn Gregory, and Courtney Petersen, all of Montezuma FFA
Jenna Bogner, Orren Taylor, and Austin Ryan, all of Labette Co FFA
Kyle Sneddon, Savannah Hoffman, and McKenzie Bostic, all of Yelm FFA
Nathan Deyoung, Kathryn Pierce, and Adrianne Trennepohl, all of Shenandoah FFA
Shelly Williams, Ciera Cole, and Laura Boatright, all of Suwannee FFA
Haley Pluenneke, Sloane Stables, and Madison Martin, all of Florence FFA
Evan Moesta, Robert Deaton, and Emma Sims, all of Millbrook FFA
Kalyn Lanier, Sarah Cantrell, and Hailey Gates, all of Wilson Central FFA
Rachel Schartz, Melinda Knuth, and Liz Renner, all of West Central FFA
Cheyenne Peterson, Shelby Grabanski, and Ashley Stoppleworth, all of Kindred FFA

CDE Results – 2011-12 Dairy CDE Preliminaries

GAINESVILLE, FL – Florida FFA is pleased to announce the results of the 2011-12 Preliminary State Dairy Career Development Event (CDE).  The top twenty (20) high school teams and the top ten (10) middle school teams will advance to the state finals, which will be held at the Florida State Fair in February.  The purpose of the Dairy CDE is to stimulate student interest and learning activities related to the production and management of Dairy Cattle and related products. Florida FFA is very appreciative of the support of the event coordinator Mr. Chris Holcomb.

As a matter of procedure, event results are considered unofficial for (2) business days following publishing. It is the responsibility of the FFA Advisor to request and review individual team results. Any appeal must be made to the FFA Executive Secretary in writing for necessary adjustments to be made.  At the close of business on the second business day following publishing, results will be official.

Middle SchoolBell MS

Branford MS

Chiefland MS

Cottondale MS

DeLand MS

Lafayette MS

Okeechobee Yearling

South Sumter MS

Suwannee MS

Trenton MS

High SchoolBELL SR

BRADEN RIVER

BRANDON

BRONSON SR

CHEIFLAND SR

COTTONDALE

DELAND SR

DIXIE SR

HUDSON

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS JR

LAFAYETTE SR

NEW SMYRNA BEACH SR

ORLANDO COLONIAL

RIVERVIEW

ROBERT MORGAN

SEABREEZE

SOUTH SUMTER JR

SOUTH SUMTER SR

TRENTON SR

VARELA

CDE Results – 2011 Food Science CDE

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Florida FFA is pleased to announce the results of the 2011 Food Science & Technology Career Development Event (CDE).  The event was held December 3, 2011 at the University of Florida. 26 high school teams and 14 middle school teams from throughout Florida gathered to compete for the top spot. The purpose of the Food Science CDE is to stimulate learning activities in food science and technology related to the food industry and to assist students in developing a good working knowledge of sound principles used in a team decision-making process. Florida FFA is very appreciative of the support of our event coordinator(s), Dr. Keith Schneider, Dr. Renée Goodrich Schneider and Dr. Andrew Thoron, as well as, the many Food Science and Agriculture Education student volunteers that assisted with this event.

As a matter of procedure, event results are considered unofficial for (2) business days following publishing. It is the responsibility of the FFA Advisor to request and review individual team results. Any appeal must be made to the FFA Executive Secretary in writing for necessary adjustments to be made.  At the close of business on the second business day following publishing, results will be official.

HIGH SCHOOL                                                                   MIDDLE SCHOOL
High Teams                                                                         High Teams

Placing Score School

1

1586

SOUTH LAKE SR

2

1535

PINE RIDGE

3

1515

SEBRING SR

4

1487

CHIEFLAND SR

5

1483

LAKE BUTLER SR

6

1478

SOUTH SUMTER SR

7

1471

STRAWBERRY CREST

8

1445

STRAWBERRY CREST JR

9

1376

BRADEN RIVER

10

1345

OKEECHOBEE BRAHMAN

11

1341

AVON PARK SR

12

1341

BELLEVIEW SR

13

1336

LAND O’LAKES

14

1297

NEW SMYRNA BEACH SR

15

1280

OCALA WESTPORT

16

1259

LAKEWOOD RANCH

17

1248

OAKLEAF

18

1242

VANGUARD

19

1230

MOUNT DORA

20

1211

SOUTH LAKE JR

21

1195

SOUTH SUMTER JR

22

1170

FT PIERCE WESTWOOD

23

1120

BRANFORD

24

1051

KING SR

25

1044

OKEECHOBEE JR

26

954

BARTOW SR
Placing Score School

1

1667

BARTOW MS

2

1631

TOMLIN MS

3

1574

CHIEFLAND MS

4

1531

GRAY MS

5

1505

CEDAR KEY

6

1484

LAKE WEIR MS

7

1468

LAKE BUTLER MS

8

1417

SOUTH SUMTER MS

9

1372

BRONSON MS

10

1349

OAKLEAF MS

11

1306

OKEECHOBEE YEARLING

12

1298

LINCOLN MS

13

1227

BRANFORD MS

14

930

DELAND MS

 

 

High Individuals

Placing Score Contestant Name

1

359

ERIN LAMB / SEBRING SR

2

344

SAVANNAH WOODALL / LAKE BUTLER SR

3

334

SARAH EDISON / CHIEFLAND SR

4

331

MORGAN PURVIS / SOUTH LAKE SR

5

321

KANSAS HENDERSON / SOUTH LAKE SR
High Individuals

Placing Score Contestant Name

1

363

LAUREN MADERA / TOMLIN MS

2

360

DEVIN DYE / BARTOW MS

3

351

REBECCA RUFFI / BARTOW MS

4

349

JACOB EDISON / CHIEFLAND MS

5

346

JESSICA IVEY / CHIEFLAND MS

CDE Results – 2011 Tool Identification CDE

HAINES CITY, Fla. – Florida FFA is pleased to announce the results of the Tool Identification Career Development Event (CDE).  The event was held November 16, 2011 at the Florida FFA Leadership Training Center in Haines City, Florida. 46 teams from throughout Florida gathered to compete for the top spot. The purpose of the Tool Identification CDE is to develop the ability to correctly identify the names and uses of a variety of tools common to the Agricultural Education Curriculum.

As a matter of procedure, event results are considered unofficial for (2) business days following publishing. It is the responsibility of the FFA Advisor to request and review individual team results. Any appeal must be made to the FFA Executive Secretary in writing for necessary adjustments to be made.  At the close of business on the second business day following publishing, results will be official.

High Teams

Placing  Total               Team

1         433  Ft. White Middle

2         417  Williston Middle

3         415  Wolf Lake Middle

4         414  Gray Middle

5         413  Lafayette Middle

6         413  High Springs Community

7         412  Ft. King Middle

8         399  Madison Central

9         392  Lake Butler Middle

10        390  Okeechobee Yearling

11        386  Lake Gibson Middle

12        385  Dunnellon Middle

13        383  Jenkins Middle

14        381  Chiefland Middle

15        380  Taylor Middle

16        379  Okeechobee Osceola

17        374  Bronson Middle

18        372  Turkey Creek Middle

19        371  Avon Park Middle

20        369  Suwannee Middle

21        365  Martinez Middle

22        364  McLaughlin Middle

23        363  Frostproof Middle

24        362  South Sumter Middle

25        361  Apopka Memorial Middle

26        360  Haile Middle

27        354  Barrington Middle

28        353  Crystal Lake Middle

29        351  Ft. Meade Middle

30        350  Roberts Middle

31        349  Kathleen Middle

32        342  Marshall Middle

33        342  Lincoln Middle

34        341  Dundee Ridge Middle

35        339  Westwood Middle

36        332  Dade City Middle

37        327  Ransom Middle

38        318  Clermont Middle

39        311  Lake Placid Middle

40        308  Berkley Middle

41        289  DeSoto Middle

42        288  Crystal River Middle

43        238  Mulrennan

44        203  Bartow Middle

45        120  Boone Middle

46        115  Horizon Academy

 

High Individuals

Placing         Total               Name / Team

1        146 Justin Young / Ft. White Middle

2        144 Emory Allnutt / Williston Middle

3        144 Kevin McMahon / Ft. White Middle

4        143 Ben Scott / Gray Middle

 

CDE Results – 2011 Citrus Evaluation CDE

HAINES CITY, Fla. – Florida FFA is pleased to announce the results of the Citrus Evaluation (CDE).  The event was held November 17, 2011 at the Florida FFA Leadership Training Center in Haines City, Florida. 25 high school teams and 24 middle school teams from throughout Florida gathered to compete for the top spot. The purpose of the Citrus Evaluation CDE is to stimulate learning activities in the production and management of citrus fruit.

Florida FFA is very appreciative of the support of our event coordinators Dr. Steve Futch with the UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center, Dan Culbert with UF/IFAS Extension in Okeechobee County, and David Byrd with Polk County Schools.

As a matter of procedure, event results are considered unofficial for (2) business days following publishing. It is the responsibility of the FFA Advisor to request and review individual team results. Any appeal must be made to the FFA Executive Secretary in writing for necessary adjustments to be made.  At the close of business on the second business day following publishing, results will be official.

HIGH SCHOOL

High Teams

Placing  Total               Team

1         606  EAST RIDGE

2         603  KATHLEEN SR

3         590  LENNARD

4         576  DURANT

5         564  GEORGE JENKINS

6         540  HAINES CITY SR

7         484  SOUTH SUMTER SR

8         470  AVON PARK

9         465  LAKE WALES SR

10        459  Auburndale Sr

11        446  LAKE MINNEOLA

12        445  SOUTH LAKE SR

13        434  BRADEN RIVER

14        429  LAKE GIBSON SR

15        427  JF ST MARTIN

16        423  HARDEE

17        402  SOUTH SUMTER JR

18        396  WINTER HAVEN

19        389  JUPITER COMMUNITY

20        387  FT MEADE SR

21        366  LAKE PLACID SR

22        357  DIXIE SR

23        350  BARTOW SR

24        345  MULBERRY SR

25       304     FT PIERCE WESTWOOD

High Individuals

Placing Total Name / Team

1        205 NICOLE GREEN / KATHLEEN SR

2        205 KAYLA DUCKWORTH / EAST RIDGE

3        202 MICHAEL GARY / KATHLEEN SR

4       201 SAVANNAH OLSON / EAST RIDGE

MIDDLE SCHOOL

High Teams

Placing  Total               Team

1         499  Clermont Middle

2         463  Dundee Ridge Middle

3         452  Barrington Middle

4         444  Gray Middle

5         441  South Sumter Middle

6         421  Buffalo Creek Middle

7         386  Crystal Lake Middle

8         383  Hill Gustat Middle

9         366  Westwood Middle

10        358  McLaughlin Middle

11        342  Turkey Creek Middle

12        342  Okeechobee Osceola

13        338  Lake Gibson Middle

14        325  Avon Park Middle

15        324  DeSoto Middle

16        323  Dade City Middle

17        314  Lake Placid Middle

18        308  Kathleen Middle

19        291  Nolan Middle

20        272  Stambaugh Middle

21        253  Bartow Middle

22        244  Mulrennan

23        197  Ft. Meade Middle

24        174  Boone Middle

High Individuals

Placing Total Name / Team

1        172 Drew Mendoza / Clermont Middle

2        166 Chris Brown / Clermont Middle

3        163 Katrina Perkins / Dundee Ridge Middle

4        161 Dustin Heisey / Clermont Middle

CDE Results – 2011 Environmental Science CDE

LIVE OAK, Fla. – Florida FFA is pleased to announce the results of the Environmental Science and Natural Resources Career Development Event (CDE).  The event was held November 8th at the UF/IFAS North Florida Research and Education Center in Live Oak, Florida. Eleven (11) teams from throughout Florida gathered to compete for the top spot. Florida FFA is very appreciative of the support of our event coordinator Carolyn Saft and UF/IFAS for hosting this event.

High Teams

Placing     Total               Team

1         3123  Seminole Vo-Ed

2         3104  Orlando Colonial Sr.

3         2982  DeLand Sr.

4         2955  Leesburg Sr.

5         2936  South Lake Sr.

6         2683  Okeechobee Brahman

7         2597  Matanzas

8         2514  Williston

9         2349  Lake Weir Sr.

10        2281  South Lake Jr.

11        2006  Ft. Pierce Westwood

 

High Individuals

Placing    Total               Name / Team

1           607  Justin Gearhart / Seminole Vo-Ed

2           603  Haley Stark / DeLand Sr.

3           600  Kaitlyn Yawt / Orlando Colonial Sr.

4           593  Marshal Wood / Seminole Vo-Ed

The purpose of the Environmental Science and Natural Resources Career Development Event (CDE) is to stimulate student interest and to promote environmental and natural resource instruction in the agricultural education curriculum and to provide recognition for those who have demonstrated skills and competencies as a result of environmental and natural resource instruction.

As a matter of procedure, event results are considered unofficial for (2) business days following publishing. It is the responsibility of the FFA Advisor to request and review individual team results. Any appeal must be made to the FFA Executive Secretary in writing for necessary adjustments to be made.  At the close of business on the second business day following publishing, results will be official.

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