Young Agriculturists Advance to National Competition

Young Agriculturists Advance to National Competition

Three young farmers and ranchers will travel to Nashville to represent Florida in the following American Farm Bureau competitive events: Achievement in Agriculture, Excellence in Agriculture and Discussion Meet.

Brittany Lee of Alachua County will compete for the Achievement in Agriculture Award, Courtney Davis of Okeechobee County will compete for the Excellence in Agriculture Award and Michael Rogalsky of Polk County will compete in the Discussion Meet Award.

The three winners of the YF&R Achievement Award, Discussion Meet and Excellence in Agriculture competitive events will each have their choice of a 2018 Ford truck and paid registration to the AFBF Young Farmers & Ranchers Leadership Conference in Reno, Nevada on Feb.16-19, 2018. The Achievement Award truck is provided courtesy of Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance. The Discussion Meet truck is provided courtesy of Farm Bureau Financial Services and the Excellence in Agriculture truck is provided courtesy of Country Financial.

The runners-up (second place) of the YF&R Achievement Award, Discussion Meet and Excellence in Agriculture competitive events will each receive a Case IH Farmall 50A tractor, courtesy of Case IH.

Third place finalists of the YF&R Achievement Award, Discussion Meet and Excellence in Agriculture competitive events will receive a Case IH 40” Combination Roll Cabinet & Top Chest and $500 Case IH parts card, courtesy of Case IH and Stanley Black & Decker merchandise (PROTO, Dewalt, Stanley, Lenox & Irwin) valued at $2,000, courtesy of Stanley Black & Decker.

Fourth place finalists of the YF&R Achievement Award, Discussion Meet and Excellence in Agriculture competitive events will receive a Case IH 40” Combination Roll Cabinet & Top Chest and $500 Case IH parts card, courtesy of Case IH.

The winners will be determined during AFBF’s 99th Annual Convention, Jan. 5-10, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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