Hemphill FFA recently traveled to San Angleo to compete in their annual ag mechanics show.  Students from across the state of Texas entered over 400 projects.  Bret Procella, Will Pay Canon Prewitt, Trey Reynolds, and Mathew Coulter built an 8 foot bulk feeder during their ag mechanics class.  

Hemphill FFA received a blue ribbon for their project which means they scored above 90% on all requirements.  Students are required to not only design and build their project, but they must also present their project to a panel of judges.  After the Sabine County Show, March 23rd and 24th, the feeder will be for sale.    

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