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Crowder Aggies Triumphant at National Contest

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Crowder Aggies Triumphant at National Contest

Twenty seven Crowder College Agriculture Students spent their spring break at the National Post- Secondary Agriculture Students (PAS) conference/contest in St. Cloud, Minnesota, March 11-14th, 2014. After fourteen hours on the road, the students were ready to network and compete with over 600 fellow agriculture majors from colleges and universities from across the country. Crowder College was proudly represented, with sixteen plaques awarded to the Aggies.

Kylie Ehlers, Anderson, MO, a freshman Pre-Vet major, was selected amongst a very qualified group of upperclassmen to serve as President-Elect for the national organization. Ehlers currently serves as Missouri’s PAS president.

“The Crowder Aggies represented the college with professionalism and class throughout the conference, and many of them were recognized for their achievements, but ALL of them are to be commended for their efforts,” emphasized Dr. Terry Halleran, instructor and advisor.

•Career Planning

Non-Ruminant: 3rd place-Mekahlia Jones, Lebanon, MO

Natural Resources: 2nd place – Josie McCorkle, Carl Junction, MO

Plant Systems: 1st place Megan Jones , Neosho, MO and 3rd place Zach Aldridge, Neosho, MO

•Career Progress

Ag Education Systems: 1st Staci Garvin, Anderson, MO and 2nd place Jared Lipe, Seneca, MO

Ruminant Animal Systems : 3rd place Travis Hayworth, Washburn, MO and 2nd place Jessica Schad, Monett, MO

•Employment Interview

Nursery and Landscape Design : 2nd place Kay-Lynn Lippold, Rogersville, MO

Livestock Production: 1st place – Victoria Giebler, Seneca, MO

•Livestock Specialist

Beef Specialist Team : 2nd place Drew Henbest, Cassville, MO; Davis Benedict, Buffalo, MO and Victoria Giebler, Seneca, MO

Beef Specialist Individual- 2nd place Victoria Giebler, Seneca, MO

•Horticulture Specialist

Floriculture Specialist Team -2nd place Staci Garvin and Kylie Ehlers, Anderson, MO

Crowder Agriculture students and faculty will also be hosting the 45th Annual Aggie Day competition Thursday, March 27, for 72 high schools with over 2,500 students participating in various contests.

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