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FFA'ers Bring Tractors To School
FFA students at Bowling Green High School in Ohio make their mark on Ag Day by lining up more than one million dollars of equipment outside their high school.
The line-up this year included 22 tractors ranging in size from a Deere 4650 to an Allis Chalmers "B", and 11 pickups. Mike Shertzer, co-advisor to the group, told FARM SHOW that "the event demonstrates to the school and community the importance and sophistication of modern agriculture."
Besides the equipment line-up, the FFA'ers also put together a report, announced over the school's P.A. system, explaining the equipment investment and how it relates to the local community.
Bowling Green FFA students heve been conducting the farm equipment display off and on for the past six years. As an incentive to get students to drive their tractors and trucks to school, awards are given to both the oldest and cleanest tractors and trucks. The oldest tractor this year was a 1946 Oliver 66.

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1985 - Volume #9, Issue #4