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  • Pine Bluffs FFA earns Degrees and Awards at State

    Brian Cox PBHS Ag|May 25, 2023

    This year the chapter had several members compete at the convention and earn many awards. The state FFA convention was held in Cheyenne from April 19-22nd. Many contests are going on each day, and there is the general session each night. The session includes motivational speakers, awards, and State officer retiring addresses. The contests range from Agriculture Mechanics, Agronomy, Environmental and Natural Resources, Agriculture Issues, Farm Business Management, to Horse, livestock, and...

  • Pine Bluffs FFA Members compete at State and County Fair

    Brian Cox PBHS Ag|Oct 6, 2022

    The county fair kicked off the first full week of August and the kids were well represented. Spencer Rabou exhibited several agronomy exhibits. He jas several firsts and seconds in classes and his sheath of wheat went on to be the reserve champion agronomy exhibit. In the sheep department several kids exhibit kids exhibited lambs but the kids coming out at the top were Ethan Bomberger, Emily Haas, and Jayce Golding. Ethan was 8th in showmanship and Jayce and Emily both made the Kiwanis Sale of...

  • Pine Bluffs FFA holds it's Annual Member Awards Banquet

    Brian Cox PBHS Ag|Jun 9, 2022

    On Tuesday, May 17, 2022, the Pine Bluffs FFA Chapter held its Annual Member Banquet. Banquet attendees were served a smoked pork loin dinner cooked by Mr. Cox and side dishes prepared by the FFA members. The first awards of the night were the presentation of Degrees. Several 7th and 8th-grade members were awarded their Discovery Degrees. The Discovery Degree is presented to Junior High members who participated in chapter meetings and at least one event above the chapter level. Greenhand and Cha...

  • Labor Auction huge success for Pine Bluffs FFA

    Brian Cox PBHS Ag|May 5, 2022

    As the smells of oil frying and calf frys tainted the parking lot the hustle and bustle inside of the largest crowd to date to attend the labor auction to date set the stage for a record sale! As the members of the 5th period class set up for the 2022 labor auction there was a lot of excitement lingering in the air from last years record setting sale and the kids only answer to the potential set up was "Mr. Cox we need to set up for more." and boy were they right! Labor auctions seem to be one...

  • Pine Bluffs FFA had a busy November

    Brian Cox PBHS Ag|Dec 23, 2021

    The month of November came and went very fast for the Pine Bluffs FFA because of the many activities that they had going on. The month started off with a community service project on November 5th where members met and cleaned a few yards for local senior citizens that needed a little extra help, fence around the Subway/Exxon fence, and painted the Welcome to Pine Bluffs sign. After the cleanup was done members went and had Pizza at Grubby'z. The welcome sign was in bad need of paint and was the...

  • A spring not to forget!

    Brian Cox PBHS Ag|Jul 29, 2021

    In the spring of 2020 the Pine Bluffs FFA set out to Sheridan March 8th on the last school trip to be taken that year! What a difference one year makes. March 7th we set out on our first overnight trip in a year for vet science, environmental science and resources competitions and feeling of relief and belief that we could go and do things again. For the first time in a year we were on the road again and it was great. The state competitions were spread out this spring and we had our first round of state competitions in Torrington. March 8th...

  • Billy's Barnyard is a go for 2020

    Brian Cox PBHS Ag|Apr 30, 2020

    Great news for the people of Pine Bluffs and surrounding communities, Bill's Barnyard, or the Pine Bluffs High School Horticulture class greenhouse is going to be open for business this year. The Horticulture class started all of the plants in early January and was about two weeks from being done transplanting when the COVID 19 canceled regular classes March 16th and switched to online courses for the remainder of the year. This created a little bit of a challenge because the greenhouse is a stu...