Judging in Nebraska


Three members of the Gallipolis FFA competed in a National Livestock Judging contest called the AKSARBEN in Omaha, Neb., as a result of qualifying at last summer’s Ohio State Fair contest. The team was sponsored by Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, the Gallia County Farm Bureau, and the Gallia County Ag Center Board. Pictured with the team is Jake Bodimer, second from left, who is representing Farm Credit Services of Mid-America and the Gallia County Farm Bureau. The Gallipolis FFA would like to thank all sponsors for making the trip possible. Also pictured are Jordan Johnson, Kaci Ager and Allie Clagg far right.


Three members of the Gallipolis FFA competed in a National Livestock Judging contest called the AKSARBEN in Omaha, Neb., as a result of qualifying at last summer’s Ohio State Fair contest. The team was sponsored by Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, the Gallia County Farm Bureau, and the Gallia County Ag Center Board. Pictured with the team is Jake Bodimer, second from left, who is representing Farm Credit Services of Mid-America and the Gallia County Farm Bureau. The Gallipolis FFA would like to thank all sponsors for making the trip possible. Also pictured are Jordan Johnson, Kaci Ager and Allie Clagg far right.

Three members of the Gallipolis FFA competed in a National Livestock Judging contest called the AKSARBEN in Omaha, Neb., as a result of qualifying at last summer’s Ohio State Fair contest. The team was sponsored by Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, the Gallia County Farm Bureau, and the Gallia County Ag Center Board. Pictured with the team is Jake Bodimer, second from left, who is representing Farm Credit Services of Mid-America and the Gallia County Farm Bureau. The Gallipolis FFA would like to thank all sponsors for making the trip possible. Also pictured are Jordan Johnson, Kaci Ager and Allie Clagg far right.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_IMG_1838.jpgThree members of the Gallipolis FFA competed in a National Livestock Judging contest called the AKSARBEN in Omaha, Neb., as a result of qualifying at last summer’s Ohio State Fair contest. The team was sponsored by Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, the Gallia County Farm Bureau, and the Gallia County Ag Center Board. Pictured with the team is Jake Bodimer, second from left, who is representing Farm Credit Services of Mid-America and the Gallia County Farm Bureau. The Gallipolis FFA would like to thank all sponsors for making the trip possible. Also pictured are Jordan Johnson, Kaci Ager and Allie Clagg far right.
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