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Madill FFA Students Recognized for Stellar Work in OYE; Watch Streaming Video from Walton Webcast

Posted Date: 03/13/2023

Madill FFA Students Recognized for Stellar Work in OYE; Watch Streaming Video from Walton Webcast

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Madill FFA started OYE with a bang! We had 8 students take their Ag mechanics projects to Oklahoma City to be judged against projects from all across the state. This was the 4th year for the OYE ag mechanics project show, but the first time Madill FFA has competed. The results are as follows:


Luz Gomez 

48” Santa Maria Grill

1st in class 10: fire pits and grills

2nd in division


There were over 20 other entries in this incredibly competitive class. In division she competed against all trailer mounted cookers and stationary offset smokers.


River Shaw

20’ 7k Car Hauler

1st in Class 17: Multi Axel bumper pull utility trailer

4th in division


To be 4th out trailer at OYE is no small feat! After winning his class he competed against all other trailers, including goosenecks, livestock trailers, and a semi trailer. 


Bridger Lott and Eli French

4 bin high capacity deer feeder

2nd in class 13: Wildlife feeders and waterers

3rd in division


This was a super competitive division as well. While they didn’t win their class, they were able to grab 3rd in division and win a brand new dewalt drill.


Trace Crook

Skirted Dually truck bed

4th in class


Trace worked tirelessly to ensure that each part on this bed was perfect. From the welds to the lights installed every piece with immense precision and care. 


Eli French and Chance Whitman

Double alfalfa bale feeder

4th in class


While there were some projects that were flashier there were none cleaner. The boys took extra time to make sure all there welds and finish were spot on. 


There were several projects that 

Holden McGahey

Drive over ATV gate

4th in class


The judges were very impressed with the design and practicality of Holden’s gate, and he was approached several times about selling it.


Tyce Pruitt

Customized octagon fire pit

5th in class 10: Grills and fire pits 


This class was the largest of the day with over 20 entries. The judges were very impressed with the unique finish that Tyce used, which he brought in from his blacksmithing experience. 


We would like to thank CM truck beds, WW trailers, and Madill schools for there continued support of these students and the work we do!