Spanish Fork FFA
Spanish Fork FFA had four students compete in speaking contests at the Area 5 Contests in Payson on January 30. Ethan Von Hoene represented our chapter in the Extemporaneous Speaking event and placed 2nd. Chase Holt represented our chapter in the Prepared Public Speaking event and took 5th. Kami Holt participated in the Creed Speaking event and took 8th. Kacie Jones participated in the Discussion meet. We are proud of all our students who take the time to step out of their comfort zone and participate. We also had 11 of 12 students win their area in the proficiency section.
Agricultural Processing - Britton Redd
Processes feeds at Leland Milling
Agricultural Sales Entr - Ethan Von Hoene
Sales container gardens he creates
Agricultural Services - Tell Orton
Creates European mounts for clients
Beef Production Placement -- Stran Sorensen
Works for Sorensen Angus Ranch
Diversified Agriculture - Stran Sorensen
Works for Sorensen Angus Ranch and Sorensen Farms e
Diversified Horticulture - Kacie Jones
Works for the school greenhouse, Hansen's Plants, Carys Design Floral, and the Floral of the Month Club
Nursery Operations - Kalley Stubbs
Works for Hansen's Plants
Poultry Production - Porter Olsen
Raises turkeys for research and show
Sheep Production - Brooke Voorhees
Raises club lambs for show
Vegetable Production - Kacie Jones
Has a 1/2 acre garden where she raises vegetables that are sold or used by her family
Veterinary Science - Lorin Wyss
Works for Nebo Animal Health
Students had the opportunity to go to the Wasatch Back Invitational. We had five livestock teams, one horse team, two floral teams, one creed speaker, and two ag mech participants.
Congratulations to the following that did well:
Winning Livestock Team: Britton Redd, Corianne Mangelson, Tanner Voorhees, and Stran Sorensen
High Individual Livestock: Porter Olsen
2nd High Individual Livestock: Britton Redd
2nd Place Team Floral: Zackery Prior, Kacie Jones, Brooklyn Giles, Josi Woodhouse
High Individual Floral: Kacie Jones
3rd High Individual: Brooklyn Giles
Our January activity was geared toward scholarship and teaching more about college. We had a video conference with a professor from Utah State who encouraged us to become agricultural education teachers. She also discussed some positives with attending Utah State and some general tips and tricks for college. After that we had a game night where we were able to learn more about others and make some new friends.
wasatch back invitational
Floral of the Month
Trout in the Classroom project. Starting to hatch
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Students participate in an activity with the State FFA Officers.
Students learn different seeding methods and have an edible treat after!
Lots of fun labs were done this month but we didn't take pictures!