Marysville FFA
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  Welcome to Marysville FFA website. We are an agricultural science program located in Marysville, OH. Our chapter has 223 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.

This is me after I showed in the 14-18 Horsemanship at the All American Quarter Horse Congress.
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
In this picture I am coming out of the Novice Youth Western Pleasure class at the All American Quarter Horse Congress. I received 3rd in the NSBA and 4th overall in this class. I showed in this class because this is what I worked on with Rocko since he was old enough to ride. His forte is the Western Pleasure and all of the hard work here paid off. Now I have to work on other disciplines and try to get them as strong as this one.
These are the new born babies from our rex that we had, they are all four weeks old now and i plan to sell them in the future.
I prep my training horses to ride by wrapping their leg. Horses that are working hard need their legs wrapped for support. They could blow a splint or pull something in their leg if their wraps aren
I encourage my clients to do Showmanship, because it is crucial that horses respect their rider when they are riding, and when their rider is on the ground. Showmanship teaches horses to "respect your space", which is very important, since horses can hurt people. I encourage all my clients to do showmanship so that their horse will respect them on the ground as well as on their back. I help my clients teach their horse to flow through showmanship patterns smoothly.
I learned this year that you have to check a rabbits toe nails to see if they are the same color for fair. The also have to be not split or jagged. this is my rabbit I am taking to fair. He is a fixed male and i got him from an auction. I will be showing him in the pet category.He is a mix long haired lion head.
Photo of me with box of ducklings. Photo taken by Jack Thomas (stepfather)
Lambs need sheared so they will not become overheated, also shearing is required when showing in a market lamb class. I also shear inorder to get an idea of the lambs I would like to keep back for use in my flock, as market lambs, or to send to market. Furthermore, shearing allows me to see the condition of the ewes and lambs to determine an appropraite feed program for each individaul ewe or lamb.
I am mixing concrete that will be used to support a vertical auger. This is used to unload grain from the grain bin and lode them into a semi-truck or gravity wagon. This is a big upgrade to this bin. Before, we would have to use a full size grain auger powered by a tractor to unload grain from this bin. Now when we need to unload this bin we can use this vertical auger that is powered by an electric motor. This makes transporting and unloading grain much faster and more efficient.
Grain bins are very important because they give you the oppertunity to store your grain to obtain a better price once the demand for the grain is higher.
  Upcoming Events:  
October 23
    Parli Pro Practice
October 25
    National Convention
October 30
    Parli Pro Practice
October 31
    Officer mtg,
November 1
    STATE Food Science Online Exam (NE)
November 6
    Parli Pro Practice
November 9
    November FFA Mtg.

  Top News:  
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.

Date Posted: 5/16/2017

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

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