Support Future Farmers of America at the 2013 Orange County Fair
Posted on 07/08/2013

Come enjoy the magic of the fair and see the Covina Future Farmers of America students compete and show at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa.

This July, all are invited to see the Covina High School FFA in action at the Orange County Fair. CHS agricultural students spend an average of $250 to $400 a year on an animal project and spend 60 or more hours raising and caring for their livestock. Students will be auctioning their livestock to recover some of the cost associated with their livestock projects. Please support FFA by attending the livestock shows.

Friday, July 12 - Sheep and Goats: beginning at 12 noon
Saturday, July 13 - Sheep and Goats: beginning at 12 noon
Sunday, July 14 - Beef Calves: beginning at 10am
Wednesday, July 17 - Pigs: beginning at 12 noon
Wednesday July 17 – Chickens and Turkeys: beginning at 2pm

The FFA Mission

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.