FFA RECORD BOOK
iRecordbook and the Paper book will only be accepted for older classes already on the system. In California, there are three approved record systems. The FFA Record Keeping System (Record Book) provides students, chapters, teachers, and individuals to record information that pertains to their SAE's and. “Best Management Practices for FFA Record Books”. Texas Teachers Conference. Roger D. Hanagriff, Associate Professor Texas A&M Kingsville.
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This record book includes appropriate forms for entering information relative to when applying for employment and FFA degrees, awards, and scholarships. All agriculture education students have an access username/password for the website and are required (and graded) to keep an updated journal of activities for . To add this web app to the home screen open the browser option menu and tap on Add to homescreen. The menu can be accessed by pressing the menu.
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Calendar May May View Details. Jun 3. NCE Conference. Sep 17 8: Range Judging - Area 1.
Range Judging - Area 3. Sep 18 8: Range Judging - Area 2. Range Judging - Area 5. Range Judging - Area 6. Sep 19 8: Range Judging - Area 4.
Sep 24 8: Range Judging - State. Oct 2. To show in Open Class, entries must be entered on line or in the fair office by July 25th and follow the rules stated above. Each student must enter Fitting and Showing on line or on the livestock entry form. Any changes in entries after the July 25 due date must notify Superintendent of change.
AG Mech entries can be placed on-line through the Monday prior to the fair. Members may enter only one breed of dairy and beef in the fitting and showing contest.
Members must show their own animals unless there is an agreement in place prior to June 1st of the current year in the agreement page of the record book.
This agreement must be sent to Ms. Whitcomb twhitcomb mtbaker. There is a limit of 4 animals from antoher owner unless the Superintendent gives permission.
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Students are limited to a total of 7 animals per division and more may be requested by Superintendent permission. All animals will be shown in type classes. Any member smoking, drinking alcohol, or having drugs in their possession in or about the barns will forfeit their premiums from the fair and will be discharged from the fairgrounds. There are NO second chances. Bulls over one year of age may be required to have a restraining pen provided by the exhibitor.
All bulls must have a nose lead. Dairy bulls are not allowed. The Fair Association will provide hay and bedding. Animals may be taken home on recommendation of fair veterinarian or FFA superintendent.
Judging teams will be admitted on judging days when accompanied by their instructor or by Superintendent of FFA division. Apply at office.
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All FFA exhibitors only will purchase a week pass from their instructor prior to the first day of the fair. Official rules for clipping and grooming of FFA animals will be according to breed association rules. No FFA exhibits shall be withdrawn from the Fair before 9 p. Saturday of the Fair or their premiums will be forfeited.
Please remove all items you have used in your stall area at that time. All milk must be put into tank and will become property of the Fair. All medicated animals must be milked last if using parlor. All exhibitors must be out of the barn from 11 p.
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Maximum of 2 entries per lot. Official dress is recommended for Fitting and Showing where appropriate. No mixing of animals between 4H and FFA.
Members simultaneously enrolled in FFA and 4H must have separate projects or animals for each program during the same calendar year. The program year is October 1 to September No FFA exhibits shall be withdrawn from the Fair before 9 p.
There is a limit of 4 animals from antoher owner unless the Superintendent gives permission. All animals will be shown in type classes. All bulls must have a nose lead.
Call the Superintendent to cancel. How do we prepare students?
All medicated animals must be milked last if using parlor. They will need to enter their names exactly the same. The student should demonstrate a steady increase in the knowledge and skills gained over time.