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FFA Interscholastic Contest

March 24-25, 2017

Starting 2017, all instructors must pre-register their teams with the online form below. Pre-entries for the 2017 Contest are due by 5 p.m., March 20. The pre-entry fee is $1 per contestant. Please mail payment to:

EOSC Agriculture Division
1301 W. Main
Wilburton, OK 74578

Superintendents for each contests will have packets for pre-registered teams at the contest locations. Instructors for teams who did not pre-register will need to come to Baker Hall, room 104 to pick up their contest packets. 
Late entries will cost $5 per contestant.

The Livestock Judging Contest will take place on Saturday, March 25.

Please download and print this PDF for exact contest locations. All contests start at 8 a.m.

Unless otherwise specified, contest will follow the state FFA Interscholastic rules as closely as possible. Please review the guidelines below for the rules of participation.

Participants are NOT allowed to use a cell phone during any contest.


For more information, contact Rhonda Price Quinn at 918.465.1724 or rprice@eosc.edu.

Pre-Entries Due by 5 p.m., March 20.

*All cells with an asterisk must be filled out before submitting.

 
 
  

Farm Business Management

Each chapter may enter one team composed of three or four members (a team will consist of the top three scores), and any number of individuals. The contest will consist of a written test with True/False, Multiple Choice, and Math Calculations with emphasis on marketing and decision making. Each contestant must provide their own calculator and No. 2 lead pencils.

Farm Business Management Team*


 

Crops Contest

Each chapter may enter one team composed of three or four members (a team will consist of the top three scores) and any number of individuals. Each contestant must provide their own No. 2 lead pencil.

Crops Contest Team*


 

Electric Power

Each chapter may enter one team composed of 4 members (a team will consist of the top three scores) and any number of individuals. Each contestant must provide their own No. 2 lead pencil.

Electric Power Team*


 

Entomology

Each chapter may enter one team composed of three or four members and any number of individuals. Each contestant must provide their own No. 2 lead pencil.

Entomology Team*


 

Agriculture Shop

Each chapter may enter one team composed of three or four members (a team will consist of the top three scores); no individualsBe sure to bring a No. 2 pencil for the written part of the contest. The contest will consist of a written exam pertaining to SMAW, GMAW, Oxy-fuel, shop safety, tool I.D., problem solving, etc. Top 8 teams will advance to skills portion of the contest. All contestants should bring welding hoods, gloves, safety goggles, and pliers.

Agriculture Shop Team*


 

Floriculture

Each school may enter only one team, consisting of four members, in this event, and only schools without a team may enter up to three individuals to compete for individual awards. Only those students who are competing will be allowed to participate in the event. The score for a team will consist of a total of all four members.

Floriculture Team*


 

Forestry

Each chapter may enter one team composed of three or four members, no individuals. The contest will follow state FFA Forestry Judging Rules. Each contestant must provide their own No. 2 lead pencil.

Forestry Team*


 

Land Judging

Each chapter may enter a maximum of two teams, one junior team and one senior team. Junior teams are limited to 8, 9, & 10th grade students; senior teams may be 8th-12th grade students. Teams are composed of three or four members (a team will consist of the top three scores), all individuals will be entered into the Senior Contest. Each contestant must provide their own No. 2 lead pencil.

Land Judging Team - Senior Division (8th-12th grade)*


 

Land Judging Team - Junior Division (8th, 9th, 10th grade)*


 

Meats Judging

Each chapter may enter one team composed of three or four members, and unlimited number of individuals. Each contestant must provide their own No. 2 lead pencil.

Meats Judging Team*


 

Nursery/Landscape

Each school may enter only one team, consisting of 4 members, in this event; and only those schools without a team may enter up to three individuals to compete for individual awards. Only those students who are competing will be allowed to participate in the event. The score for a team will consist of a total of all four members. Each contestant must provide their own No. 2 lead pencil.

Nursery/Landscape Team*


 

Rangeland

Each chapter may enter one team composed of three or four members (a team will consist of the top three scores) and any number of individuals. Each contestant must provide their own No. 2 lead pencil.

Rangeland Team*


 

Soil and Water Management

Each chapter may enter one team composed of three or four members (a team will consist of the top three scores) and any number of individuals. Each contestant must provide their own No. 2 lead pencil.

Soil and Water Management Team*


 

Poultry Judging

Each chapter may enter one team and any number of individuals. Each contestant must provide their own No. 2 lead pencil.

Poultry Team*


 

Environment and Natural Resources

Each chapter may enter one team composed of three or four members (a team will consist of the top three scores) and any number of individuals. Each contestant must provide their own No. 2 lead pencil.

Environment and Natural Resources Team*


 

Livestock Judging

To be held Saturday, March 25 at the Goddard Building. The Livestock Judging Contest will be divided into Junior and Senior Divisions. The Junior Division will be 8th, 9th and 10th grades; the Senior Division may be 8th - 12th grades. One team per division composed of three or four students plus any number of individuals may be entered by each school. There will be eight classes of livestock with oral reasons given on four classes.

Livestock Judging Team - Senior Division (Juniors & Seniors)*


 

Livestock Judging Team - Junior Division (8th, 9th, 10th grade)*