Logan FFA members earn first places in 17 Regional Paperwork events
By Lindsey Brinkley, Chapter Reporter

Posted on April 17, 2019 9:03 PM

On March 27, the Logan County FFA Chapter had a successful day at the WKU Agriculture Exposition Center. Several members prepared Proficiencies over their SAE. An SAE is a supervised agriculture experience. These SAEs give students work experience for their future and also the opportunity to encounter agriculture careers.


The 6 different areas of proficiencies are Ownership/Entrepreneurship, Placement/Internship, Research, Exploratory, School-based Enterprise, and Service Learning.


Our chapter competed against 11 other chapters from our region and 17 of the LCHS entries received a Superior 1 rating.



The competitors are as follows:

Agriculture Communication- Hannah Price S

Agriculture Education- Hannah Price S

Ag Mechanics Design and Fabrication- Jordan Baer S1

Ag Mechanics Repair and Maintenance Entrepreneurship- John David Casey S1

Ag Mechanics Repair and Maintenance Placement- Jordan Baer S

Agriculture Processing- Jackson Blythe S

Agriculture Sales Entrepreneurship- Lindsay Allen S1

Agriculture Sales Placement- Lindsey Brinkley S

Agriscience Research- Animal Systems- Mallory Whitson S

Agriculture Research- Integrated Systems- Lindsey Brinkley S1

Agriscience Research- Plant Systems- Crandal Barrow S1

Beef Production Entrepreneurship- Mallory Whitson S

Beef Production Placement- Alex Walpole S

Diversified Agriculture Production- Jaillyn Campbell S1

Diversified Crop Placement- Ethan Robey S

Diversified Horticulture- Price Violette S1

Diversified Livestock Production- Jailyn Campbell S

Environmental Science and Natural Resource Management- Korbin DeBerry S

Fiber and/or Oil Crop Production- Noah Rust S

Food Science and Technology- Jackson Blythe S

Forage Production- Ethan Robey S1

Forest Production- Korbin DeBerry S

Goat Production- Briley Robinson S1

Grain Production Entrepreneurship- Crandal Barrow S1

Grain Production Placement- Noah Rust S1

Home and/or Community Development- Lindsay Allen S

Landscape Management- Hayley Hallman S1

Nursery Operations- Caroline Davenport S

Outdoor Recreations- Kolton Coomer S

Poultry Production- Ashley Taylor S1

Small Animal Production and Care- Ashlyn Tracy S1

Specialty Crop Production- Caroline Davenport S1

Swine Production Entrepreneurship- Zach Milam S1

Swine Production Placement- Zach Milam S

Turf Grass Management- Hayley Hallman S

Vegetable Production- Rachel Taylor S1

Veterinary Science- Ashlyn Tracy S

Wildlife Management- Kolton Coomer S

We would like to congratulate each of the students on this achievement.

We are also excited to announce that 2019-2020 Chapter President Hayley Hallman was selected on the same day to serve as the Barren River Region FFA’s Sentinel.


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