Rusty Kenner of Cheyenne Wins National Proficiency Award in Agricultural ServicesFri, 23 Oct 2009 17:58:26 CDT
Rusty Kenner of the Cheyenne, Oklahoma FFA Chapter, won the National Proficiency Award in Agricultural Services at the 2009 National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. Rusty is one of 11 Oklahoma FFA members who won the National title in their project area, the most of any state in the US.
Six years ago, Rusty Kenner of Oklahoma and his brother were deeded the farm from his grandpa and grandma. Now the Cheyenne FFA member is working to make sure his farm stays viable. He is doing this through custom swathing and baling as well as through the Kenner Water Well Drilling and Repair business. Through this experience, Kenner is able to learn about the soil and its different properties as well as more information about his water well business. He is supported by his parents, Lynn and Dixie Kenner as well as his FFA advisor Nathan Torrance.
Click on the Listen Bar below to hear our conversation with Rusty 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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