Cambridge FFA Awards

Mindy Carls
At the Cambridge FFA awards program on Saturday, April 24, advisor Trent Taber, left, recognized Logan Nodine as the 2020 national winner in turf grass management.
Eight Cambridge FFA students were Section 3 proficiency winners in 2020-21. Recognized at the awards program on Saturday, April 24, were, in front from left, Taylor Pace, agricultural communications; Miranda Reed, beef production entrepreneurship; Mackenzie Olson, forage production; and Meric Veloz, turf grass management, and in back, Kaden Larson, landscape management; Rodney Beam, diversified ag production; Brant Casteel, specialty animal production, and Carson Palmer, diversified livestock production. They advanced to District 1 competition.
Cambridge FFA held its awards program on Saturday, April 24. Students recognized for winning District 1 proficiency contests and advancing to state are, from left, Taylor Snook, ag mechanics, design and fabrication; Adah Smutzer, forest management and products; Madison Casteel, nursery operations; Jarrett Lund, diversified crop production entrepreneurship, and Kendra Downing, specialty crop production.
Cambridge FFA students who won chapter proficiency contests are, from left, Jack Jewett, grain production placement; Ella Jeffries, food service; Carmen Stahl, agricultural education; Brooklyn Humphrey, beef production placement, and Victor Snook, ag services.
Two Cambridge FFA students were recognized on Saturday, April 24, for winning state proficiency contests. They are Annie Johnson, left, swine production entrepreneurship, and Cameron Pace, right, wildlife production and management.