Sydney Shout placed first in her Brahman Class, Junior Division Brahman Champion, and Reserve Grand Champion Brahman Female
February 6, 2020 - Timpson FFA kicked off 2020 the right way---starting out with the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. We had ten students attend with livestock projects.
- Claire Johnson exhibited her Polled Hereford Heifer and was 18th in class;
- Emmalee Richardson exhibited her market goat in class 2 of the light-weight division;
- Avery Metcalf exhibited in class 3 of the market goat show and placed 8th;
- Baylor Kimbro placed 5th in his Santa Gertrudis Heifer Class;
- Brecken Kimbro placed 3rd with his Santa Gertrudis Heifer;
- Ally Kimbro finished 3rd with her Santa Gertrudis Heifer;
- Mayson Harbison was also 3rd in his class with his Santa Gertrudis Heifer;
- April Ramsey placed 2nd with her Simmental Heifer; and
- Sydney Shout placed first in her Brahman Class, Junior Division Brahman Champion, and Reserve Grand Champion Brahman Female.
Kayson Pledger attended week one of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo and came away with a few titles of her own! Kayson had the Champion Division 2 mini Hereford, Reserve Champion Division 4 Mini Hereford, and the Reserve Grand Champion Mini Hereford Female!
Kayson Pledger at San Angelo Stock Show, Rodeo
Timpson FFA is also proud to announce that the 2019-2020 Cotton Judging Team will be going to Lubbock for the State Contest in April. Team members include Ally Kimbro, Ashlynn Lindgren, and April Ramsey.
The Shelby County Livestock Show is scheduled for March 5, 2020. Timpson FFA currently has 20 students and 44 animal projects entered.