My name is Kelly Wiedenhoeft , I'm seventeen years old and currently a junior at James Madison High school . I moved to San Antonio Texas about five years ago around this time with my family , before moving here my dad told me and my sister about how they have so many different opportunities to offer us in Texas when it comes with schools! The very first thing he told us about is how they have a livestock program at the high school we were located for, for a second i was in shock and confused on what exactly it was and as we dug up more information on it i got really interested and wanted to be a part of it. The FFA program is a dynamic youth organization that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. When I moved here I was in the middle of my seventh grade year , when eighth grade year came I had to submit an application to join the FFA program at James Madison and enroll in an agriculture course . I've been a part of our FFA program since my freshman year which is when I received my very first buckle which was for Reserved Grand Champion in Showmanship . After three years of raising lambs it's grown on me that I love what I do ; I love going to the barn two times a day seeing all the lambs and hearing how excited they get the moment we step through the doors , but most importantly I love the bond i create with my animal whether its taking him on a walk , putting him in the outside playpen , or cleaning him up for a show! With raising it takes a lot of responsibility and effort you have to be willing to take , but just know in the end every minute is worth it. In the pictures below you will see Bentley. He is a fine wool that I got back in June he currently weighs 145 , he is a sweet loving boy! Bentley so far has been to 4 shows overall he has placed 2nd , 3rd (x2) , and 4th . From past shows the judges have told me his structure is good. He is very muscular sheep along with a nice rack. In the end I would like to thank you for clicking on my lot and reading up on my story. I hope you enjoyed it , and the money that is raised for me and Bentley is greatly appreciated!
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Auctioneer, Brent R. Graves is licensed in the State of Texas issued by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (License number 13507) and is covered by a surety bond issued in accordance to the Federal Packers and Stockers Act.
San Antonio, Texas 78247
On behalf of the NEISD Agriscience Magnet Program and the James Madison FFA Booster Club, we welcome you and thank you for visiting the online North East Ag Fair Premium Auction and supporting the students of the Agriscience Magnet Program. This is our inaugural year to host an online auction to directly benefit the students that participated in the 2021 North East Ag Fair held January 8-9, 2021.
The auction format that is being utilized is a Premium Auction which acts as a fundraiser for the student exhibitors. Bidders will not be purchasing the rights of lease or ownership to the project being offered in the Premium Auction, however, the bidder will simply be making a financial donation to student exhibitors by placing an "Add On" bid to the project being offered.
Again, we are very appreciative of your generosity and compassionate support to reward our students for their time, effort, and finances that they have invested into these agricultural projects.