Four Hoosier FFA members named Stars Over Indiana
June 24, 2020 By Amie Simpson Filed Under: Ag Youth, FFA, Indiana, News
Four Indiana FFA members were named Stars Over Indiana during the virtual 91st Indiana State Convention.
Johnson of the Eastern Hancock FFA Chapter is the Indiana FFA Star in
started a dog grooming, GG’s Grooming, in 2016. She started with a few dogs and
now grooms more than 150 dogs and has 40 regular clients.
Hefty of the DeKalb FFA Chapter is this year’s State Star in Agriscience.
of her recent experiments was to formulate a natural herbicide to kill weeds on
her grandparent’s farm.
says it brings her joy to do research in the field and she’s able to translate
that research to people involved in agriculture and those outside the industry
Buck of the Rossville FFA Chapter is the State Star in Agricultural Placement
helps out on a row crop operation and confinement swine feeding operation.
keeps inventory of animals and makes sure they have proper vaccinations. He also
helps plant and harvest crops and provides input on crop management
Dillon Sheiss of Columbia City FFA Chapter is the Indiana FFA State Star Farmer.
owns 40 heads of club calf cows, 30 show pig sows, and 100 exhibition show
chickens. He also grows more than an acre of pumpkins.
The Stars over Indiana award program recognizes members that have excelled in their Supervised Agricultural Experience Programs.
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