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Ag Mechanics


Advisor
: Rainge Armentor
                  Feb. 6............................................................................. Entry Deadline

                  5:00 – 8:00 PM; Wednesday of the show week..................... Move In Time

                  Thursday of the show week.............................................. Official Judging

                  Thursday at 3:00 PM................................................. Award presentation

                  Friday at 7:15 PM.................................................. Parade of Champions

 

 

 

1      Entries in the Agricultural Mechanics Show are open to any students enrolled in an Agriculture Science class and FFA members in good standing.  Members of VICA may show provided that they are a member in good standing.

 

2.       A project can be exhibited only one time at the Dayton FFA Livestock Show and Rodeo and must have been constructed within one calendar year of the exhibition date.

 

3.       All projects must be painted or properly treated, must be clean and in presentable condition even though they may have been used.

 

4.       A working plan or drawing, photographs showing construction and a bill of materials are required with each project.

 

5.       Projects may have been individually or group constructed and may be individually or chapter owned.  Individual projects must be built exclusively by the individual.

 

6.       All projects are to be identified with standard club exhibitor’s cards and additional signs, banners, etc…, must be approved.

 

7.       The agri-science mechanics projects will not be sold while they are being shown at the show.

 

8.       Agriculture Mechanics will be judged as follows:

                              A.   Workmanship................................. 30 Points

                              B.   Design and Material Used................ 20 Points

                              C.   Practicality..................................... 20 Points

                              D.   Degree of Difficulty.......................... 20 Points

                              E.   Finish............................................ 10 Points

 

9.       The projects will be arranged into classes as follows:

            A.   Agricultural Machinery and Equipment

            B.   Metal Working

            C.   Livestock Equipment
            D.      Recreational Projects

10.   Results will be announced following the judging and plaques will be awarded to Grand and Reserve Champions.

     
      11.   The Agricultural Mechanics Project Show is subject to all guidelines as stated in the General Rules

 

 

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