Category Archives: Agriculture Construction

2017 Section FFA Agriculture Mechanics CDE

(L to R: Michael Purdy-Welding, Bailey Real- Agr Power, Mike Steelman- Electricity, and Makenzie Snyder- Surveying)
Agriculture Mechanics CDE consists of a team of five members, each competing in their chosen area of carpentry, welding, agricultural power, surveying, or electricity. The top team and any first place individuals not on the first place team are eligible to compete at the state level at Parkland College in Champaign.
6 schools – 26 students – Host: Bureau Valley

Teams:

1. Cambridge  325
2.Bureau Valley 322
3. Orion 294
4.Stark Co  259 (4 students)
5. Princeton 228
6. Kewanee  (2 students) 90
Ag Power
1. Tom Clifton  Orion 75
2.  Cole Wright Princeton 74
3.  Alix Olson Cambmridge 62
4. Drew Baker BV 58
5.  Baley Reel Stark Co 57
6. Bobby Ince Kewanee 39
Electricity
1.  Caleb Franck  Cambridge 92
2.  Brandon Freed Orion 90
3.  Mike Steelman Stark Co 70
4. Princeton 54
5. Tanner Maynard BV 52
6.  Kewanee 51
Surveying
1.  Colton Franck Cambridge 86
2.  Makenzie Snyder Stark Co 80
3. James Krieger  BV 65
4.  Taylor Walton Orion 21
5.  James Bickett Princeton 8
Carpentry
1.  Chase Gripp BV 91
2. Wyatt Martens Orion 63
3. Maddy Stevens Cambridge 53
4.  Princeton  52
Welding
1.Tyler Thompson  54
2.  Mike Purdy Stark Co 52
3. Wesly Tennant Orion 45
4.  Aaron Sears Princeton 40
5.  Laney Fuquay Cambridge 32
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2017 Agriculture Career Program – Cambridge FFA Alumni and BHE


2017 Day in the Life of Agriculture Program

Students from Stark County, Cambridge, Wethersfield, AlWood, and Geneseo learned about careers in the agriculture industry and participated in hands-on activities in Natural Resources, Plant Science, Animal Science, Agriculture Mechanics, and Agriculture Business at Black Hawk East College. The event was sponsored by the Cambridge FFA Alumni and Black Hawk East.

 

2017 Agriculture Mechanics Technology Construction Cooperative

Students are forming an employee owned, employee run construction cooperative business. They are raising capital by selling shares and employees are keeping timesheets on a google form. The Board of Directors have elected a chairperson, vice chairperson, and treasurer. The company treasury is run through the FFA Account. At the end of the semester after all expenses are paid, the profits of the cooperative are paid to the employee owners according to how many shares each own in the business.

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2016 Agriculture Construction Technology – Residential Electrical Wiring

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2016 Agriculture Mechanics Technology – Surveying

Students in the Agriculture Mechanics Technology conduct a Surveying unit consisting of pacing, taping, differential leveling, profile leveling, and legal land descriptions. In groups, students survey the campus property using differential leveling and profile leveling techniques.

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2016 Agriculture Construction Technology – Fall Semester

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Stark County High School student Cade Tuthill works on a practice electrical wiring exercise during a recent Agriculture Construction Technology class. Students will complete wiring lab exercises during the first semester of the course.

2016 Section FFA Agriculture Mechanics Career Development Event

April 19, 2016
Host: Bureau Valley FFA
7 Teams
32 Individuals
Rank Team  Points
1 Bureau Valley 341
2 Stark County 298
3 Princeton 267
4 Geneseo 193
5 Cambridge 181
6 Orion 171
7 Riverdale 121
     
  Surveying  
1 Ethan Scholl – SC 87
2 Rick Lootens – BV 84
3 Jacob Bicket-P 59
4 Ben Schillinger – Gen 27
5 Chase Green – R 22
6 Cody Granchier-O 20
7 Hannah Thompson – C 15
     
  Welding  
1 Travis Baldwin-R 63
2 Aaron Sears – P 55
3 James Dobbles – C 47
4 Shawn Christensen – BV 47
5 Hudson Elsasser – SC 41
6 Seth Nelson – G 37
7 Austin Anderson – O 28
     
  Electricity  
1 Mike Steelman – SC 88
2 Tom Brummel – BV 71
3 James Bickett – P 65
4 Matthew Engell – O 61
5 Jon Hanneh – G 51
6 Jacob Dobbles – C 32
     
  Agricultural  Power  
1 Jay Norden – BV 85
2 Tom Clifton – O 62
3 Cole Wright – P 55
4 Alix Olson – C 48
5 Bailey Real – SC 43
6 Braeden Keller – G 37
     
  Carpentry  
1 Chase Gripp – BV 54
2 Tyler Taets – G 41
3 Jon Rummerfield – SC 39
4 Tanner Coziahr – C 39
5 Jacob Lester – R 36
6 Colton Youngren – P 33

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Hudson Elsasser, Bailey Real, Mike Steelman, Ethan Scholl, and Jon Rummerfield.

2016 Agriculture Construction Technology

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This semester course will concentrate on oxyacetylene welding and cutting exercises, arc welding, and MIG welding lab exercises. Students will gain training on the Realityworks Virtual Welding Simulator for Arc (Stick) Welding and Gas Metallic Arc Welding (MIG) in the classroom to analyze strengths and weaknesses in the lab portion of the course

The semester exam consists of students choosing seven welds from the Arc Welding list (SMAW), two welds from the MIG Welding list (GMAW), and five welds from the Oxyacetylene Welding list. The welds are completed during a 83 minute exam period.

 

2015 Agriculture Construction Technology

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