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Livestock Livens Up FFA

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Montana Bowers, Reporter/Photographer

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Yesterday, an FFA fun day was held in the new Austin Anderson Livestock Barn/Brian Young Animal Care Facility here at CCCHS.

This facility was constructed during the summer and had its grand opening in July. The livestock barn will be utilized by FFA classes throughout the year and will host events during the school year and in the summer. Livestock, including bottle fed calves, goats, sheep and horses, donated by the community, will be housed throughout the school year. Funding for the barn came from FFA alumni and several local businesses including Farm Bureau, and Farm Credit. Many other high schools have livestock barns and now CCCHS will have a facility for hands-on learning which will enhance their ability to compete.

Photo by Montana Bowers

 

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My name is Montana, and I am a reporter and photographer for The Coffee Press. I am 15 years old, and I am a sophomore. I am interested in art and design,...

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