Logan FFA members compete at state fair
By Lindsey Brinkley, Chapter Reporter

Posted on September 4, 2019 8:20 PM


During the two-day span of August 15 and 16, 62 of Logan County’s FFA members attended the annual Kentucky State Fair. A total of 25 of these members participated in competitions while up there. These competitions included Livestock judging, Dairy judging, Meat Science, Floriculture, Seed ID, Agronomy, and Nursery and Landscape.

The students that didn’t compete in these events attended because they took an entry of corn, tobacco, or soybeans to be put on display.

Students who competed are as follows:

Livestock Judging- Crandal Barrow, Luke Brown, Price Violette, and Macon Barrow.

Dairy Judging- Jailyn Campbell, Abby Canler, Carter Spivey, and Clacy White.

Meat Science- Gracie Snoddy, Clacy White, Mallory McGee, and Brooke Johnson.

Floriculture- Madelyn Hughes, Chloe Harper, Emma Edler, Gracee Spears.

Seed ID- Ally White

Agronomy- Kaylan Vaughn, Brennon Long, Keaton Slaughter, Alyssa Kennedy

Nursery- Madeline Reno, Macy Parker, Jamasyn Belcher, Lindsey Brinkley

In the photos:

The smaller group picture is of those who attended the fair on Thursday the 15th, and the larger group is those who attended on Friday the 16th. 

The smaller group is: Back row- Keaton Slaughter, Brennon Long, Luke Brown, Clacy White, Brooke Johnson, Alyssa Kennedy. Front Row- Jailyn Campbell, Abby Canler, Gracie Snoddy, Mallory McGee, Kaylan Vaughn.

The larger group is: Seth Graves, Jim Henderson, Nolan Roberts, Corbin Rayno, Daylan Lawrence, Chance Sweeney, Cody Dulworth, Dakota Clinard, JD Celsor, Dylan Moulton, Wilson Boggess, Sydnee Claypool, Gracee Spears, Preston Hurt. Next Row- Laura-Lynn Head, Katie Bowersock, Thomas Myers, Lillian Harris, Dawson Wilson, Reagan Christian, Whitley Robey, Madeline Reno, Ally White, McKenzie Brown, Hayley Hallman, Olivia Harrison, Kamdyn Coomer, Landrie Hughes, Eva Bouldin, Macy Parker, Lindsey Brinkley, Jamasyn Belcher, Caroline Davenport, Chloe Harper, Madalyn Hughes, Emma Edler. Front: Zach Dennis

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