Sealy FFA members showcased their expertise in swine production at the recent San Antonio Livestock Expo. The event kicked off with the Swine Skillathon, where participants demonstrated their knowledge and skills in various aspects of swine management.

Kenna Schram emerged as the champion senior, impressing judges with her deep understanding of swine husbandry. Schram’s outstanding performance earned her a $10,000 scholarship, a testament to her dedication and proficiency in the field.

In the Intermediate Division, Ainsley Oliver secured the 9th position, highlighting her competence in swine-related topics. Vincent Perez, competing in his first San Antonio Skillathon, gained valuable experience, underscoring his commitment to learning about agriculture and livestock management.

The Swine Skillathon is a competition designed to test participants’ knowledge and skills in swine production. Contestants engage in various tasks, including identifying pig breeds, assessing pig health, and solving practical problems related to swine farming.

Sealy FFA’s success in the Swine Skillathon reflects their dedication to agricultural education and their commitment to excellence in livestock management. As they continue to hone their skills, they exemplify the spirit of the FFA and the future of agriculture.


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