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Adair Co. FFA brings home some top awards from WKU field day

Photo album from Field Day accompanies this article

By Kirby Hancock

Following are some results of our recent trip to the Western Kentucky University Ag Science Field Day held at the WKU Agriculture Exposition Center, 406 Elrod Road Bowling Green, KY on Tuesday, April 15, 2016:
  • Agronomy Team - 1st Place - Chandler Wisdom, Matthew Irvin, Ashley Hadley, and Tori Kimbler, Dr. Brown, WKU Ag College Dean, is shown with the team in the linked photo.
  • Seed Identification - 1st Place- Abby Dykes
  • Nursery Judging Team #1 - 1st Place - Gabriel Alfaro, Trey Strange, Ryder Karnes, and Hailey Stanley
  • Nursery Judging Team #2 - 3rd Place - Kasey Robinson, Sarah Hancock, Greg Creason
  • Meats Judging Team -2nd Place- Kyla Kessler, Jeremiah Sheridan, Devan Burton
Kirby Hancock is an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor at Adair County High School



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ACHS Agronomy team takes 1st Place at WKU field Day



2016-04-27 - WKU Agriculture Exposition Center, 406 Elrod Road Bowling Green, KY 42104 - Photo By Kirby Hancock, FFA photo .
Agronomy Team - 1st Place - Chandler Wisdom, Matthew Irvin, Ashley Hadley, and Tori Kimbler, pictured with Dr. Brown, WKU Ag College Dean. Kirby Hancock is an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor at Adair County High School

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Abby Dykes, ACHS Ag student, wins 1st Place award



2016-04-27 - WKU Agriculture Exposition Center, 406 Elrod Road Bowling Green, KY 42104 - Photo by Kirby Hancock. Adair Co. HS FFA photo.
Abby Dykes, Adair County High School, won 1st Place in Seed Identification at Western Kentucky University Ag Science Field Day held at the WKU Agriculture Exposition Center in Bowling Green, KY on Tuesday, April 15, 2016. Kirby Hancock is an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor at Adair County High School

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1st Place Winners: Adair FFA Nursery Judging Team



2016-04-27 - WKU Agriculture Exposition Center, 406 Elrod Road Bowling Green, KY 42104 - Photo By Kirby Hancock, FFA photo .
Nursery Judging Team #1 Gabriel Alfaro, Trey Strange, Ryder Karnes, and Hailey Stanley won the First Place Award at at Western Kentucky University Ag Science Field Day held at the WKU Agriculture Exposition Center in Bowling Green, KY on Tuesday, April 15, 2016. Kirby Hancock is an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor at Adair County High School

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ACHS Nursery Judging Team # 2 wins 3rd place at WKU



2016-04-27 - WKU Agriculture Exposition Center, 406 Elrod Road Bowling Green, KY 42104 - Photo By Kirby Hancock, FFA photo .
The Adair County High School Nursery Judging Team #2 - Kasey Robinson, Sarah Hancock, Greg Creason won 3rd Place at Western Kentucky University Ag Science Field Day held at the WKU Agriculture Exposition Center in Bowling Green, KY on Tuesday, April 15, 2016. Kirby Hancock is an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor at Adair County High School

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ACHS FFA Meats Judging team takes 2nd place at WKU



2016-04-27 - WKU Agriculture Exposition Center, 406 Elrod Road Bowling Green, KY 42104 - Photo By Kirby Hancock, FFA photo .
The Adair County High School FFA Meats Judging Team, Kyla Kessler, Jeremiah Sheridan, and Devan Burton won 2nd Place at the at Western Kentucky University Ag Science Field Day held at the WKU Agriculture Exposition Center in Bowling Green, KY on Tuesday, April 15, 2016. Kirby Hancock is an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor at Adair County High School

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