Bellevue FFA
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  Welcome to Bellevue FFA website. We are an agricultural science program located in Bellevue, OH. Our chapter has 67 active AET student accounts and 1 teacher.  

Our students are developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Please take a look around our site to see what's going on at Bellevue FFA.

Elizabeth Brugnone smiling after discovering that her electrical wiring was done correctly to power the light using 3-way and 4-way switches.
Students learning to survey and read topographical maps.
Clipping my goat.
Lara Spurlock evaluating the texture of the soil during a soil judging practice.
Painting the barn where the cows will soon move to.
I cut weeds that had grown on the outside edge of the plastic in the dirt that is holding the plastic cover on the strawberries.
Students and Alumni members operating a Pork Chop Stand at the Huron County Fair.
Stick Welding
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December 10

  Top News:  

6 Members Enjoy Greenhand Camp

On September 29th, 6 of our chapter Greenhand members traveled to FFA Camp Muskingum for three days of activities and leadership building games. Accompanied by the advisor, Mr. Jeff Karcher, the Greenhand members were able to get to know each other, meet students from various chapters throughout the state, and provided a chance to meet their state officers. Greenhand Camp is a great way to expose young members to various opportunities that they will be able to experience through the FFA.

     Camp Muskingum, located in Carroll County, is a beautiful environment that offers many different activities, such as: kayaking, canoeing, basketball, volleyball, cornhole, and other experiences created by the camp staff and the state officers. There is an activity for everyone to enjoy, whether you prefer hands on activities or individual learning. Greenhand Camp, like all other camps that are held at Camp Muskingum, is a great way to have fun while enhancing leadership skills.

Date Posted: 10/17/2019


Soils Teams Back in Action

             The soils teams recently traveled to their county and district soils contests where both the urban and agricultural soils teams competed. The urban team consisted of Molly Foos, Messina Reesman, Macy Rickel, and Halle Shrewsbury, while the rural team consisted of Austin Hunker, Parker Smith, Lara Spurlock and Logan Zieber.

            At the contest the students completed a general knowledge test, read a soil survey map, and evaluated soil pits. The students that competed on the urban team evaluated the soils capability for constructing buildings, building septic systems, paving roads and drives, and installing landscaping. While the rural judging team members determined the soils capability for planting field crops, drainage, and conservation methods. The rural team had a result of 11th in the district and the urban team placed 9th in the district.

Date Posted: 10/7/2019


Bellevue FFA in the Huron County Fair

 During the week of August 12-17 the Bellevue FFA participated in showing, working, and socializing at the Huron County Fair in Norwalk, Ohio. During this week, students worked in the Bellevue FFA Pork Chop Stand, exhibited animals, and submitted still projects for judging. “Fair week is an exciting week for the FFA members because they get the chance to show off all of the hard work they have put into their projects, whether they exhibit animals or still projects” said Carleigh Spero, a senior in the Bellevue Agricultural Education program. 

As a chapter, Bellevue had another outstanding fair with the following results:
  Molly Foos placed 1st place with her cord caddy and 4th place in rabbit showmanship, Savannah Herriott finished 5th place with her cord caddy, Olivia Lott exhibited her cord caddy and received 3rd place, Carleigh Spero placed 2nd with her goat and 4th overall with her Broilers, Amber Bowering received a 1st place award for her SAE poster, Parker Smith, Taylor Baxter and Lara Spurlock exhibited corn hole boards.

These students are only a few of the Bellevue FFA members that left the fair feeling successful. We encourage students to participate and to become involved during fair week because the experience makes memories as well as new friends. Congratulations to those who were active during fair and good luck next year at the Huron County Fair!

 Written by Macy Rickel, Bellevue FFA Chapter Reporter

Date Posted: 9/17/2019


Spring CDE Contests in Full Swing, 2 Teams in Top 10

 With the arrival of March, it is once again time for the FFA’s spring career development events to begin.  The Bellevue FFA attended their first competition of the season on Saturday, March 2nd.  Four teams were represented by 14 FFA members as they traveled to Marysville High School for the Marysville Invitational.  The General Livestock Team finished 95th, the Wildlife Management Team finished 44th, the Poultry Team finished 6th, and the Agronomy Team finished 6th.  Congratulations to each of the teams and good luck on the rest of your season.

Date Posted: 3/12/2019

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For information about Bellevue FFA , please contact:
Bellevue FFA
200 Oakland Avenue
Bellevue, OH 44811

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