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Miami Trace FFA Livestock Evaluation team makes history at nationals

The Miami Trace Livestock Evaluation team, which consisted of Caleb Penwell, Gus Mitchem, Brock Wilt, and Caroline Hughes, represented Ohio as they competed at the 87th National FFA Convention in Louisville, KY. Overall, the team finished 3rd out of 40 representing states which made them the highest placing team in Miami Trace Livestock Evaluation history. All four team members received a gold medal rating as individuals with Caroline Hughes placing 12th individually.

During the Livestock Evaluation contest, members placed various livestock classes of beef cattle, sheep, goats and swine and presented oral reasons for their placings. Lastly, the team completed a written exam and team activity. The team worked very hard at the contest, and the Miami Trace FFA, a satellite program of Great Oaks Career Center, would like to congratulate the General livestock team in their achievements and hard work, and thank them for making the Miami Trace FFA proud. Congratulations!

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