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Missouri CDE Achievements

In Career Development Events, 12 of 20 teams representing Missouri received a GOLD rating. Thirteen members placed in the Top 10 Individuals in their respective CDE. Also, 47 of 74 individuals received GOLD rankings, placing them in approximately the top 10 percent of the CDE.

Career Development Events Summary

12 of 20 teams/individuals received Gold rating

13 members placed in the Top 10 Individuals in their respective CDE

  • Agricultural Sales — Paris – 2nd Place
    • Regan Ragsdale – 3rd High
    • LIzzy Vitt – 4th High Individuals
  • Agricultural Mechanics – North Shelby – 3rd Place
  • Agronomy – North Shelby – 4th Place
  • Diary Cattle Evaluation – Monett – 3rd Place
    • Lora Wright – 4th High Individual
  • Dairy Foods – Fair Play – 1st Place
    • Sumona Khodyrke – 6th High
    • Lexie Simpson – 7th High
    • Kenzie Clark – 8th High Individuals
  • Farm Management – Fatima – 2nd Place
    • Leon Koenigsfeld – 1st High
    • Ben Luebbering – 4th High Individuals
  • Floriculture – Marshfield – 2nd Place
    • Nikki Briddle – 7th High Individual
  • Horse Evaluation – Columbia – 6th Place
  • Meat Evaluation – Trenton – 5th Place
  • Nursery/Landscape – Hamilton – 1st Place
    • Andrew Ernat – 1st High
    • Clayton Cook – 9th High Individuals
  • Parliamentary Procedure – Eldon – 2nd Place
  • Poultry – Columbia – 6th Place
    • Emily Wawrzyniak – 9th High Individual

 

47 of 74 individuals received Gold rankings (approximately top 10 percent of the CDE)



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