School of Agriculture
High School Judging Contest
October 13, 2000
Last updated: Octob er 20, 2000.
The 2000 Results are in!
2000 Team Results
2000 Individual Scores
Students and Teachers:
Morrisville College's School of Agriculture and Natural Resources is pleased to offer you the opportunity to visit our campus and compete in a wide variety of contests with other students from across New York State. In addition to the contests, you will find a number of other activities scheduled to increase your awareness of what is offered at Morrisville College and what the exciting field of Agriculture and Natural Resources has to offer.
High school teachers/bus drivers should make arrangements to drop off and pick up students at contest locations. There will be NO shuttle service provided by the College. Bus parking is in Lot B, east and above the recreation building.
The Tractor Driving Contest will be held on the field next to the Breaking and Training Horse Barn on Hart Road south of the main campus.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Diesel Troubleshooting Contest will not be held this year.
Due to low enrollment in recent years, the Timber and Lumber Measurement and Identification Contest has been cancelled.
We would like you to take special note of the times when Professors will be explaining the program options in their area and giving you a tour of the facilities. Every student should develop a plan, with their instructor, so that they may participate in as many activities as possible.
Please review the contest rules carefully and take special note of the section on pre-contest preparation. You will represent yourself and your school much better if you are well prepared.
Individual contest winners (first place) will receive a $250 scholarship when they matriculate to a program in the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Students completing name and address cards at contest and talk/tour sites will be eligible for the following prizes; a Morrisville College sweatshirt, T-shirt and hat.
Teachers need to complete the registration forms and turn them in at the office in Marshall Hall by 11am on the day of the contest. Teachers must drop off or send students directly to contest or talk/tour sites.
We are pleased that lunch will be provided by the college and the Agri-Tech Prep program this year. In order to eat on campus meal tickets must be reserved by October 6, 2000. Lunch will be served in Helyar-Stewart Dining Hall between the hours of 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. There is no cost, but tickets must be reserved for us to have an accurate count for the dining people. The reserved meals tickets may be picked up and paid for on the day of the contest at Marshall Hall by the advisor only. Individual meal tickets will NOT be distributed the day of the contest.
Students should be prepared for the weather, especially those students competing in contests or other activities held outside. By participating in these contests, contestants give permission for the utilization of pictures of themselves on the contest web site.
Douglas Nelson, Judging Contest Chairperson
- Air Cooled Gas Engine Trouble Shooting
- Crop Judging
- Dairy Cattle Judging
- Dairy Showmanship
- Diesel Trouble Shooting
- Employment Interview
- Farm Business Management
- Horse Judging
- Horticulture Plant Identification
- Timber and Lumber Measurement and Identification
- Tractor Driving
- Tree Identification
- Wildlife Identification
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