Josh Goff of Woodward Wins National Proficiency Award in Equine Science- PlacementFri, 23 Oct 2009 18:47:03 CDT
Josh Goff of the Woodward FFA Chapter, won the National Proficiency Award in Equine Science- Placement at the 2009 National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. Josh is one of 11 Oklahoma FFA members who won the National title in their project area, the most of any state in the US.
Growing up in rural Oklahoma, Josh Goff has always loved livestock. Horses have specifically held a special place in the Woodward FFA member's heart. In 2006, he was able to go to work for Cudd Quarter Horses LLC. It was here where he has been able to see what it takes to work and manage a successful horse ranch. He began with the simple lower tasks such as cleaning stalls and feeding horses. Today, he rides and trains horses, cares for sick or injured animals and assists with the annual breeding process. He is supported by his parents, Tim Goff and Shelly Johnson as well as his FFA advisors, Dallas Krout and Galen McCune.
Click on the Listen Bar below to hear our conversation with Josh right after this award was presented to him.
Our 2009 coverage of the National FFA Convention is brought to you by the Oklahoma FFA Alumni Association and the Oklahoma FFA Association. Click here for the official website of the Oklahoma FFA Association.
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