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  Welcome to Marysville FFA website. We are an agricultural science program located in Marysville, OH. Our chapter has 226 active AET student accounts and 3 teachers.  

Our students are developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Please take a look around our site to see what's going on at Marysville FFA.

 
 
 
Here I am stripping the wire mesh from our old wooden hutch. I stripped all the wire off and then power washed the entire hutch to strip the hutch of any stains or feces. I will later turn this into my nursery where i will house my market rabbits. I will separate these hutch (which was originally one cage) into three different cages were their will be enough room for 3 market rabbits, of course these rabbits will be split into three group according to weight.
This is my win picture from the 2010 All American Quarter Horse Congress. I placed 9th in Youth Reining. When people heard about my showing success, they wanted to learn about my training program and take lessons from me. It is important that I keep attending and doing well at large shows like the Quarter Horse Congress and the AQHYA World Championship Show so that potential clients will know that my training styles are up to date, and that my horses do well at large shows.
Building rabbit hutch.
This is me after I showed in the 14-18 Horsemanship at the All American Quarter Horse Congress.
I am hitching up the PTO shaft of a liquid manure tank up to an 8430 John Deere tractor. We use this tank and tractor to spread liquid manure from our hog barn onto the fields that we grow corn and other crops in. This is a good source of fertilizer and it is free because it comes from the hogs grown on the farm. Hog production goes right along with crop production because of its ability to produce free fertilizer for the crops. Spreading manner takes proper management practices. You must spread the manner in a way that cases the least amount of runoff into nearby water sources.
In this picture I am showing Rocko in the horsemanship. I am doing it because I think it
In this picture, i am laging down the waterer. This is an automatic water, which you will see in the other pictures. I am using a socket set, to put the lags in. I also had to use wrenches, to tighten down the nipple. I also had to put thread tape on the nipple, so there would be no leaks.
Tattooing your rabbit is a very important management practice. This aids in the process of identification and record keeping. Each of my rabbits are tattooed with a number and they also have a cage number that goes with their records. Tattooing is one of the main identification practices for rabbit breeders. I use tattooing because it is permanent and always stays with the animal. When I get new rabbits that are not tattooed after they come out of two weeks of complete quarentine they are tattooed and young rabbits are tattooed between 6-8 weeks when they are weaned.
It is very important to apply fertilizer on my fields to provide better yields and to pervent other types of crop damage such as bugs and weeds. Here I
I am cleaning out goat pens and removing the old bedding and manure, the reason you remove the old bedding and manure is so that bacteria doesn
Taking out my turtles to clean their cage. by doing so, i change their shavings, replace their water bowls, and replacing their food. twice a month i scrub the bottom of their cage as well, before replacing the shavings.
Here as you can see I am assembling a support structures that I will put my four newly bought cages on. I am build this because it is cheaper than building an entire rabbit hutch.These support structures can hold two cages allowing feces and urine to fall below. So that my rabbits will not get sick. I hope to assemble a roof to put on top of the cages after school lets out. This cost me 2.00 per board and it took 3 and half boards to complete this project.
Here I am clearing the drain so the field will not flood. If the field floods then the crops can die or they can
 
 
  Upcoming Events:  
     
 
April 25
    STATE Ag Tech & Mech Online Exam (P)
April 25
    STATE Meat Evaluation Online Exam
April 27
    STATE Equine Management CDE (F)
April 27
    STATE General Livestock CDE (F)
April 27
    STATE Poultry CDE (F)
April 27
    STATE Dairy Cattle CDE (F)
April 28
    STATE Grain Merchandising CDE (F)

 
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Register for the Marysville FFA Youth Camp!!  June 30th 9:00am-12:00pm.  The cost is $20.00 and for youth ages 8-13.  The camp will be held in the Marysville Agricultural Education Department @ Marysville High School!  Register by June 15th.  

Copy and Paste the link below to register.  Then mail your registration fee with to Marysville FFA, 1000 Edgewood Drive, Marysville, Ohio 43040.

https://goo.gl/forms/tbpXHfmHkACGtZlP2

Date Posted: 5/16/2017

 
     
 
 
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For information about Marysville FFA , please contact:
Marysville FFA
800 Amrine Mill Road
Marysville, OH 43040

 
 
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