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Adair FFA wins fourth place in the nation in Crop Scouting

By Rebecca Heuser, FFA Reporter

We are pleased to announce that the Adair County FFA placed fourth in the National Crop Scouting Competition hosted at the Iowa State University Research Farm in Ames, Iowa Monday, August 26, 2019.

The team competed alongside teams from major crop growing states like Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Illinois, and Indiana and received the Honorable Mention award for only being two points short of a top three placing.

Adair FFA students in the competition included: Hayden Hancock, Ty Cheatham, Heidi McGrady, Rebecca Heuser, Jeanene Pike, Elizabeth Stamper, and Coleton Wall.

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Congratulations to Adair FFA - national winners

2019-08-27 - Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa - Photo from Mr. Kirby Hancock.
Adair County FFA Team members brought home an impressive fourth place ranking in the National Crop Scouting Competition at Iowa State University - the agronomy and plant pathology based contest. FFA students from left are: Hayden Hancock, Ty Cheatham, Heidi McGrady, Rebecca Heuser, Jeanene Pike, Elizabeth Stamper, and Coleton Wall.

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