Livestock Evaluation Competition
What is the Livestock Evaluation?
The Nevada FFA Livestock Career Development Event is a competitive activity that tests the student's ability to select and evaluate livestock. Event components include evaluation classes of beef, sheep and swine: oral placement reasons on four classes; a written exam on livestock production and quality grading of slaughter cattle. A team event, based on production performance records, demonstrates the team's breeding livestock selection ability.
Save the Date:
April 8, 2020
Clark County Fairgrounds
Chapter registration via www.judgingcard.com.
The Livestock Evaluation Career Development Event was held at the Clark County Fair on April 10 in Logandale. Students received their awards at the conclusion of the event. A full listing or results can be found online.
2019 Livestock Evaluation Results
First High Team: Moapa Valley FFA with team members Shyanne Matheson, Ryan McMurray, Avery Stratton, and Mackenzi Kephart
Second High Team: Ruby Mountain FFA with team members Katie Ross, Sidnee Auge, Riley Hooper, and Dayanna Flores
Third High Team: Carson Valley FFA with team members Noelle MacDonnell, Grace Tekansik, Lillie McKinney, and Ryan Olson
First High Individual: Logan Ballard, Wells FFA
Second High Individual: Katie Ross, Ruby Mountain FFA
Third High Individual: Ian Spratling, Wells FFA