Wilmington FFA in Rural Soil Judging CDE


By Grace Brown - FFA chapter reporter



The Wilmington FFA traveled to Highland County near Hillsboro Oct. 1 to compete in the District 9 Rural Soil Judging CDE, an educational activity designed as a practical method of teaching students to evaluate land and soil and to make decisions when faced with soil-related issues that affect agricultural production. Seven members competed. Wilmington FFA finished 13th on the day.The Wilmington FFA members who competed are, from left, Kyle Bryant, Courtney Parker, Mikala Hatfield, Rachel Lowe, Lexus Reiley, Emma Bryant and Haylee Wright.

The Wilmington FFA traveled to Highland County near Hillsboro Oct. 1 to compete in the District 9 Rural Soil Judging CDE, an educational activity designed as a practical method of teaching students to evaluate land and soil and to make decisions when faced with soil-related issues that affect agricultural production. Seven members competed. Wilmington FFA finished 13th on the day.The Wilmington FFA members who competed are, from left, Kyle Bryant, Courtney Parker, Mikala Hatfield, Rachel Lowe, Lexus Reiley, Emma Bryant and Haylee Wright.


Courtesy photo

The Wilmington FFA traveled to Highland County near Hillsboro Oct. 1 to compete in the District 9 Rural Soil Judging CDE, an educational activity designed as a practical method of teaching students to evaluate land and soil and to make decisions when faced with soil-related issues that affect agricultural production. Seven members competed. Wilmington FFA finished 13th on the day.The Wilmington FFA members who competed are, from left, Kyle Bryant, Courtney Parker, Mikala Hatfield, Rachel Lowe, Lexus Reiley, Emma Bryant and Haylee Wright.

By Grace Brown

FFA chapter reporter

The Wilmington FFA traveled to Highland County near Hillsboro Oct. 1 to compete in the District 9 Rural Soil Judging CDE, an educational activity designed as a practical method of teaching students to evaluate land and soil and to make decisions when faced with soil-related issues that affect agricultural production. Seven members competed. Wilmington FFA finished 13th on the day.The Wilmington FFA members who competed are, from left, Kyle Bryant, Courtney Parker, Mikala Hatfield, Rachel Lowe, Lexus Reiley, Emma Bryant and Haylee Wright.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/10/web1_IMG_1605.jpgThe Wilmington FFA traveled to Highland County near Hillsboro Oct. 1 to compete in the District 9 Rural Soil Judging CDE, an educational activity designed as a practical method of teaching students to evaluate land and soil and to make decisions when faced with soil-related issues that affect agricultural production. Seven members competed. Wilmington FFA finished 13th on the day.The Wilmington FFA members who competed are, from left, Kyle Bryant, Courtney Parker, Mikala Hatfield, Rachel Lowe, Lexus Reiley, Emma Bryant and Haylee Wright. Courtesy photo

By Grace Brown

FFA chapter reporter