Silverton FFA
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  Welcome to Silverton FFA website. We are an agricultural science program located in Silverton, OR. Our chapter has 323 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.

Showing my first steer at the Marion County Fair.
This is our Shuknecht SP-90 onion harvester. This machine enables one person to load several hundred thousand pounds of onions daily. This machine is incredibly efficient compared to our old lifter.
This picture was taken at the Oregon state fair at the Pacific North West miniature Hereford open show where my bull made reserve champion in confirmation class which is the ribbon on his back. Confirmation class is judged upon the animal
Knowing how your planter works insures correct operation, adequate application, and high yield production. Fertilizing while planting saves money and time by reducing equipment operation and minimizing labor costs.
Wood stove fabricated in Metal Fab class
Calling it a day in mid August after blowing off my combine and parking it in the straw-shed
Being able to properly wash your animal is very important.  It
wool press view from back
Operating the the Hop truck through the field while being loaded with Hops.
In this particular picture, I am operating the Takeuchi Tb125 track hoe. The task at hand is to back fill a trench which we put drainage pipe in so the water would not flood are crops.
This is a picture of my brother and me. We are thinning out overgrown X-mass trees. We will use these trees for firewood while we leave the other to grow into timber for marketable timber.
Although we excel in timed events, I have trained Ava to jump as well as to ride in the english style. Here we are jumping at the Mounted Posse Show where we won our jumping class and earned a blue ribbon.
The final drive of showmanship at county fair.
Showing my first steer at the Marion County Fair.
This picture is of myself working on a rather large burn pile. This burn pile was from a large number of X-mass trees which we had to thin out in order to provide adequate light and water for the remaining trees.
Sweeping/cleaning the shop
  Upcoming Events:  
August 29
    State Livestock Evaluation
October 10
    State Soils Judging
October 19
    National FFA Convention

  Top News:  
CDE Days results

Agronomy/Crops team placed 2nd in State
Agricultural Mechanics team placed 6th in State
Milk Products/Dairy Foods team placed 7th in State

Date Posted: 5/5/2016

We have a Dairy Foods team, Vet Science team, and a Creed Speaker who qualified to compete at the national level in October!  Great job Silverton FFA members!
Date Posted: 9/7/2015

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

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