by Bruce Trammell (Ninnekah FFA President)
Ninnekah FFA has had a very busy and successful last couple of weeks. We had several exhibitors show at the Grady County Junior Livestock Show in early March and several exhibitors made the Premium Sale and they will be able to use their sale money for future projects and offset expenses.
Soon after the completion of our county show we had several students partake in the 2nd Annual Oklahoma Youth Expo Ag Mechanics where we had several class and division placings.
Starting on the 12th we started hauling livestock to The Oklahoma Youth Expo in Oklahoma City where we had several exhibitors show over the 10 days at the worlds largest livestock show.
Seniors-Macie Carter, Anna Wilkins, and Bruce Trammell will be earning their State FFA Degrees’ at the Oklahoma FFA State Convention on April 28th. The State FFA Degree is the highest degree you can earn through your state level. These seniors have worked hard over the last 4 years on record keeping and leadership activities to earn this prestigious award.
Oklahoma Ag Fact: Oklahoma’s most valuable crop is Wheat and the state ranks among the leading #4 producers in the country.