Silverton FFA
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  Welcome to Silverton FFA website. We are an agricultural science program located in Silverton, OR. Our chapter has 343 active AET student accounts and 2 teachers.  

Our students are developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Please take a look around our site to see what's going on at Silverton FFA.

This is me feeding my bummer lamb, Ice Cube. She
Part of my morning maintenance is checking hydraulic hoses for leaks.  Here I am changing the hydraulic hose that lifts the Wilrich out of the ground.
Megan Veach and I participating in State Fair FFA Beef Showmanship. We were the only two kids with Miniature Herefords in this Showmanship class. I placed third in this Novice Showmanship class.
This picture was taken at the Oregon state fair before the FFA showmanship and FFA confirmation contests, here I am washing my bull. Throughout the show I washed many times because not only is it important to keep your animal clean for there health and happiness but it helps with herdsman ship and with grooming and fitting to get the best look.
Showing Market Lamb at County Fair in 2014; I received two blue ribbons.
Welding on my project (vertical up)
Walking my sheep.
Greasing the powershaft for out 15 foot Dandl flail mower before hooking it up to the John Deere 4630 makes the job much easier.
Showing my sheep.
I am greasing the lifter cylinder on the Wilrich before heading out of the barnyard in the morning to work ground.  It is important to keep everything greased so that it will work efficiently with little wear.
Continually working on equipment to improve the efficiency during harvest time.
here are the hogs exploring their new pen
This is me filling an order of bolts. I am collecting them and putting them in a bag so I can weigh the bolts. Depending on the size of the bolts it is easy to use a hand held magnet that can be release to move the bolts. Hynes Farm Supply is different from other businesses that sell bolts because we sell bolts by weight instead of by the piece. Weight is a system that is easier rather than counting each piece individually.
Getting ready to head out and disc a field in preparation for planting.
Unhooking trees from helicopter
Warming up the Ford FW-60, getting ready to go for the day.
In this particular image, five of us are planting seedlings for future crops. This task is rather tedious because the tractor operator and the people on the planter have to be in contacted and always be focused on the task at hand.
  Upcoming Events:  
September 29
    Food for America
October 1
    Food Drive 10/1-10/31
October 3
    CCN Kick-off @ Chemeketa Eola
October 5
    State Soils Registration Due
October 5
    District Soils @ Gervais
October 6
    Homecoming Float Preparation
October 6
    Homecoming Parade

  Top News:  
Congratulations and good luck to our state winning teams, that will be competing in October in Indianapolis at National Convention! Ag Mechanics team: Bennett Bascue, Zack Fessler, Barrett Meisenheimer, and Wade Luthi Agronomy team: Emmett Axmaker, Byron Kuenzi, Leanne Kuenzi, and Thomas Kuenzi
Date Posted: 8/26/2017

  Chapter Information:  
For information about Silverton FFA , please contact:
Silverton FFA
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

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