Templeton, California-May 20, 2013. Over 30 members of the Templeton FFA chapter competed at the Salinas Valley Fair in King City May 15th-May 19th. Students exhibited livestock projects across 4 different species with outstanding results.
-Amy Hanks exhibited the Grand Champion and FFA Champion Market Lamb as well as being the Advanced FFA Sheep Showmanship winner and placing 2nd in FFA Advanced Round Robin
-Kayla Hildebrand exhibited the Reserve FFA Champion Market Lamb and placed 5th in Advanced FFA Sheep Showmanship
-Lilly Hildebrand placed 2nd in Advanced FFA Sheep Showmanship
-Vanessa Soto placed 6th in Advanced FFA Sheep Showmanship
-Sierra Bryant placed 1st in Novice FFA Sheep Showmanship, 1st in Advanced FFA Poultry Showmanship, and 1st in Novice FFA Round Robin
-Lainey Reich exhibited the Reserve FFA Champion Market Goat and placed 3rd in Advanced FFA Meat Goat Showmanship
-Taylor Lindquist exhibited the Grand Champion All Other Breeds Dairy Goat, Grand Champion Recorded Grade Dairy Goat, Dairy Goat Best Doe in Show, Best of Breed and Best Opposite of Breed in the Rabbit Show as well as placing 1st in Advanced FFA Dairy Goat Showmanship and 5th in Advanced FFA Round Robin
-Kaela Cooper placed 3rd in the FFA Livestock Judging Contest
-Caitlin Hopkins placed 4th in the FFA Livestock Judging Contest
-Lilly Hildebrand placed 6th in the FFA Livestock Judging Contest
Additionally, the Templeton FFA Chapter placed 1st as a team in the FFA Livestock Judging Contest as well as 1st in FFA Chapter Group of Market Lambs. The Templeton FFA beef group also received a clean stall award.
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agriculture education.