FFA Takes Over Livestock Show


Alyna Barrientos, CTE writer

FFA competed in the Smith County Junior Livestock show on March 31. Eight ag students showed livestock and placed while four wielding students presented their trailer which also placed and was purchased. Also engineering students

Jenna Rios, “Our students did well overall and Mr. Bryand and I are extremely proud of their hard work and dedication. These animal projects can take anywhere from a few months to several years to raise, thus requiring a lot of time and attention.”

Anneka Stahlheber placed 5th overall and made the sale with her market lamb, she also made the sale with her Star Fire Pit. Trenton Granberry placed 7th in his class with his market goat. Kelsey Griffith received Overall Grand Champion 1st place with her chicken. Kaitlyn King received 2nd place with her chicken. Alexis Gilleland received 2nd place for her Market Rabbits. Elizabeth Turner received Grand Champion in her class for her Breeding Rabbits as well as Overall Reserve Grand Champion. Jessica King placed 4th in her class with her Market Swine and made the sale. Kara Pinkerton was champion British Heifer and Grand Champion Senior Showman. Pinkerton also competed in several other divisions and placed high.

Eric Ochoa, Mason Smith, Cooper Daniels, and Jose Arreguin received a Blue Ribbon for the 16’ utility trailer they built. Victor Flores, Gus Morris, Oscar Espinoza, Kurt Godwin