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FFA announces winners for National FFA Agriscience Fair

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The National FFA Organization has announced the 2020 National FFA Agriscience Fair winners for Animal and Environmental Services and Natural Resource Systems. The winners were recognized today during the first session of the 93rd National FFA Convention & Expo, held virtually this year.

The National FFA Agriscience Fair recognizes students who gain real-world, hands-on experiences in agricultural enterprises. Students use scientific principles and emerging technologies to solve complex problems related to agriculture, food and natural resources. The agriscience fair is for middle and high school students. Students compete in one of six categories in the agriscience fair and under one of the six divisions—either individually or in a team.

Related: Stay up-to-date with all the news from the 93rd National FFA Convention & Expo here.

The winners are:

Animal Systems

Division 1
Kylie Hurd of the Red Bud Middle FFA of Georgia
Division 2
Connor Little and Memphis Ridge of the Stillwater FFA of Oklahoma
Division 3
Lizzie Schafer of the Taylorville FFA of Illinois
Division 4
Teylor Meyer and Lillian Hughes of the Covington-UVCC FFA of Ohio
Division 5
Garren Thomas Hamby of the Eagleville FFA of Tennessee
Division 6
Shannon Rossman and Alice Hughes of the Jonesville FFA of Michigan

Environmental Services and Natural Resource Systems

Division 1
Laina Canary of the Hardee Middle FFA of Florida
Division 2
Sterling Tomac and Luke Peters of the Chesaning FFA of Michigan
Division 3
Ethan Stone of the Chandler FFA of Oklahoma
Division 4
Isabella Albiani and Isabelle Alves of the Elk Grove FFA of California
Division 5
Thomas King of the Bergen County Academies FFA of New Jersey
Division 6
James Jones and Madison Webb of the Lowndes FFA of Georgia

Food Products and Processing Systems:

Division 1
Connor Anderson of the Franklin County Middle FFA of Georgia
Division 2
Heaven Smith and Caileigh Goldstein of the Youth Middle of Georgia
Division 3
Mia Gillum of the Hanford FFA of California
Division 4
Chloe Pulliam and Carah Pulliam of the Franklin County FFA of Georgia
Division 5
Liesl Wolf of the St. Helena FFA of California
Division 6
Kathleen Rothwell-Adcock and Allie Royston of the Franklin County FFA of Georgia

Plant Systems

Division 1
Joscelyn Layman of the Millcreek-West Unity FFA of Ohio
Division 2
Emma Yates and Rylee Gaches of the Stillwater FFA of Oklahoma
Division 3
Summer Ramsey of the Southeastern FFA of Illinois
Division 4
Abigail Burton and Adrian Hall of the Stillwater FFA of Oklahoma
Division 5
Katrina Kuo of the Kalani FFA of Hawaii
Division 6
Cullen Covlin and Matthew Grab of the Freeburg FFA of Illinois

The National FFA Agriscience Fair is sponsored by Cargill, John Deere and Syngenta; Bayer, Corteva, General Mills, Wrangler and Zoetis are sponsors of the agriscience fair pathways.

The National FFA Organization is a school-based national youth leadership development organization of more than 760,000 student members as part of 8,700 local FFA chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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