Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City FFA
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  Welcome to Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City FFA website. We are an agricultural science program located in Grove City, MN. Our chapter has 48 active AET student accounts and 1 teacher.  

Our students are developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

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Training cattle to lead and to comfortable around people is a very important process because it makes the animal a lot safer to be around. Making animals comfortable with people is a very good thing to do because if they are good with people then the animal will be easier and safer to work with. I start working with my animals at a young age, when they are bottle calves. One of my goals is to purchase a Donkey to help me train my cattle because I have very limited time to work with my cattle and by having a donkey, it will train the calf to go where the donkey wants to go. By doing this it will train the calf to go where the leader wants to go.
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Christa J. Williamson
Williamson Farm
Spicer, MN



-- 
Christa J. Williamson
Williamson Farm
Spicer, MN
Slick shearing market lambs is a process that must be done before a show. I first wash the sheep and use an electric clipper to remove dense wool. In order to have a good slick shear, finer blades must be used. A Suffolk ewe will produce between 4-8 lbs of wool per year.
Milking can be an interesting task if not done right. When I
I use a subcutaneous injection for both tetanus and deworming. Some producers deworm through feed or orally.  Since my goats and the farm
ACGC FFA at 2012 National FFA Convention
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Date: Sat, Jan 2, 2016 at 8:43 AM
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-- 
Christa J. Williamson
Williamson Farm
Spicer, MN



-- 
Christa J. Williamson
Williamson Farm
Spicer, MN
Throughout my time working at KurthHaven Dairy Farm, I achieved all three of my goals and became more experienced in the dairy industry.  I achieved my first goal of learning parts of a dairy cow and terminology by reading various dairy hand books and asked questions.  I achieved my second goal by working at the KurthHaven Dairy Farm.  I assisted feeding animals.   By the end of the summer, I was able to do more of the chores independently.  Lastly, as I worked at the farm, I observed the routine for milking the cows.
 
 
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Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City FFA
27250 MN ST HWY 4
Grove City, MN 56243

 
 
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