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Raegan Klaassen of Hydro-Eakly FFA Claims Grand Champion Honors at 2018 Oklahoma 4-H FFA Junior Wheat SHow

Thu, 15 Nov 2018 05:00:38 CST

Raegan Klaassen of Hydro-Eakly FFA Claims Grand Champion Honors at 2018 Oklahoma 4-H FFA Junior Wheat SHow


Raegan Klaassen, daughter of Chris and Ginger Klaassen, was awarded the overall grand champion award showing her Doublestop CL Plus variety in the 2018 Oklahoma 4-H/FFA Junior Wheat Show. Klaassen placed 3rd in production and milling and 2nd in baking, earning her the title of 1st place as the FFA champion, and overall grand champion of the 4-H and FFA Junior Wheat Show. Klaassen is from the Hydro-Eakly FFA chapter.   

Rylee Glazier, daughter of Dale and Lori, placed 1st overall in the 4-H division while showing her Smith’s Gold variety at the 2018 Oklahoma 4-H/FFA Junior Wheat Show. Glazier placed 5th in production and milling and 1st in the bake contest earning her the title of 1st place and 4-H champion overall. Glazier is a member of the Lomega 4-H club in Kingfisher County.

Klaassen and Glazier accepted their awards at a recognition banquet held at the Oklahoma State University Alumni Center last night. Klaassen, a member of the Hydro-Eakly FFA in Caddo County, received $3,000 in scholarship money for her accomplishments with her Doublestop CL Plus variety. Oklahoma Genetics Incorporated (OGI) presented a $1000 premium on top of those awards to Klaassen for winning 1st place and then Grand Champion overall in the FFA competition with the Doublestop CL Plus variety since it was an OGI Inc., release.

Klaassen also received a $500 premium for being FFA champion and grand champion from WestBred®. Klaassen received a $350 premium from the Oklahoma Wheat Research Foundation, along with a $40.00 premium for production, milling, bake contest and trophy.    

Glazier, a member of the Lomega 4-H club in Kingfisher County received $3000 in scholarship money for her accomplishments with her Smith’s Gold variety. Glazier also won a $500 premium from Oklahoma Genetics, Inc., $250 scholarship from Westbred®, $100 premium from Oklahoma Wheat Research Foundation along with a $40.00 premium for production, milling, bake contest and trophy.

In all, $16,000 in scholarship money was given away at the banquet.

Other winners at the Junior Wheat Show in FFA were:
2nd place - Dylan Propps - Hydro-Eakly - Doublestop CL Plus
3rd place - Whitney Glazier - Lomega FFA - Smith’s Gold
4th place - Parker Payne - Thomas-Fay-Custer FFA - Doublestop CL Plus
5th place - Carson Propps - Hydro-Eakly FFA - Doublestop CL Plus
6th place - Tyler Peters - Okarche FFA - Doublestop CL Plus
7th place - Kaydon Bornemann - Union City FFA - Gallagher
8th place - Taylor Parrish - Kremlin-Hillsdale FFA - Doublestop CL Plus
9th place - Kevin Bornemann - Union City FFA - Gallagher
10th place - Kevin Bornemann - Union City FFA - Bentley
11th place - Caitlyn Bailey - Okeene FFA - Larry
12th place - Brynn Roberts - Okeene FFA - Doublestop CL Plus
13th place - Tyler Peters - Okarche FFA - Gallagher
14th place - Kaydon Bornemann - Union City FFA - Bentley
15th place - Jason Osborn - Tuttle FFA - Doublestop CL Plus
16th place - Taylor Parrish - Kremlin-Hillsdale FFA - WB 4515
17th place - Riley Estes - Cashion FFA - Winterhawk
18th place - Kyle Benham - Okeene FFA - Gallagher
19th place - Jaxen Mannering - Thomas-Fay-Custer FFA - Ag Robust
20th place - Caitlyn Bailey - Okeene FFA - Doublestop CL Plus
21st place - Bryson Mindemann - Boone-Apache FFA - Bentley
22nd place - Jason Osborn - Tuttle FFA - Bentley
23rd place - Levi Smith - Okeene FFA - Doublestop CL Plus
24th place - Levi Smith - Okeene FFA - Doublestop CL Plus
25th place - Whitney Glazier - Lomega FFA - KSU Joe



4-H Junior Wheat Show winners were:
2nd place - Braxton Murray - Lomega 4-H club - WB 4515
3rd place - Ryder Klaassen - Hydro-Eakly 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
4th place - Avery Fisher - Okeene 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
5th place - Bryer Roberts - Okeene 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
6th place - Carson Payne - Thomas-Fay-Custer 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
7th place - Avery Fisher - Okeene 4-H club - Ruby Lee
8th place - Destry Swaim - Okeene 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
9th place - Kinsley Fisher - Lomega 4-H club - Ruby Lee
10th place - Griffin Payne - Thomas-Fay-Custer 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
11th place - Brayson Roberts - Okeene 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
12th place - Wesley Unruh - Okeene 4-H club - Bentley
13th place - Grant Robison - Okeene 4-H club - Gallagher
14th place - Kinsley Fisher - Lomega 4-H club - Bentley
15th place - Reagan Werner - Loyal Doers 4-H club - TAM 112
16th place - Keyle Kehnemund - Okeene 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
17th place - Lex Kehnemund - Okeene 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
18th place - Rylee Glazier - Lomega 4-H club - KSU Joe
19th place - Amilee Kehnemund - Okeene 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
20th place - Caton Cope - Watonga 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
21st place - Grant Robison - Okeene 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
22nd place - Camden Cope - Watonga 4-H club - Doublestop CL Plus
23rd place - Lex Kehnemund - Okeene 4-H club - Bentley
24th place - Amilee Kehnemund - Okeene 4-H club - Bentley
25th place - Keyle Kehnemund - Okeene 4-H club - Bentley

Scholarships are funded by Check off dollars and awarded to the top five 4-H and top five FFA entries. The contest is sponsored by the Oklahoma Wheat Commission, Oklahoma Wheat Research Foundation, Oklahoma Genetics Incorporated, Westbred®, Oklahoma State University and Oklahoma Department of Career Technology and Education.

Pictured above is the Grand Champion of the 2018 Wheat Show- Ginger Klaassen, parent; Dr. Thomas Coon, Vice President, Dean and Director of DASNR; Ryder Klaassen, brother; Chris Klaassen, Hydro-Eakly FFA Instructor and parent; Brian Painter, Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Administrative Director; David Gammill, Chairman, Oklahoma Wheat Commission and Shadie Nettles, NW District FFA Vice President present Raegan Klaassen her FFA Champion and Grand Champion awards for winning the 2018 State 4-H/FFA Junior Wheat Show overall. Photo Credit: Todd Johnson, Oklahoma State University.


Source- Oklahoma Wheat Commission   



   

 

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