MJC Agricultural & Environmental Sciences E-News
December 3, 2019
In this Edition:

  • Highlighted Degree

  • Happy Holidays

  • Horse Sale

  • Scholarships - Jan 1

  • Proficiency Help

  • CAFB Conference

  • YF Community Service/ Dinner

  • Livestock Judging


  • 3rd - Ag Student Holiday Buffet/Borges

  • 8th-9th - CAFB Conference

  • 9th - Intern/ Staff Dinner

  • 12th - YF Christmas Dinner
Highlighted Degree: Ag Business
Agriculture Business careers are growing exponentially in the agricultural world. Let our agriculture instructors guide your way to:

- Diverse pathway courses
- Unique agricultural clubs
- Amazing scholarships
- Local ag events
- Hands-on experiences

Multiple MJC Agriculture alumni will testify about the MJC Agriculture advantage! Please contact us for your opportunity for success!
Happy Holidays
Finals are coming and the semester is concluding! We are so happy you have finished the semester, and we hope you have finished strong. We look forward to seeing you at the start of next semester, and as you travel home for the holidays we hope you arrive safely. We also hope your holidays are fantastic and filled with joy.

-MJC Ag Department

Horse Sale
This weekend is our annual horse sale. If you are interested please stop by to come preview our quality horses!
Contact Mrs. Haynes for more information
Scholarships Due : January 1st
Proficiency Volunteers Needed
On January 11th, MJC Agriculture will be hosting the proficiency day for 4-H. We will be in need of extra help, and this help can be used for hours in spring classes. It will be hosted in the MJC ACE Pavilion. Note that this is during our Christmas break, so if you are interested in helping please let Mr. Gravatt know soon!

Contact: Mr. Gravatt - gravattt@yosemite.edu
CAFB Conference
On December 8th-9th, our discussion meet team will be travelling to Monterey for the California Farm Bureau Conference. Here we will have Ag ambassadors run a booth at the career show, and our team members will be able to network and gain more information to benefit them for their upcoming contest.
YF Community Service & Christmas Dinner
YF Community Service Recap & Dinner
Livestock Judging
D ixon Contest hosted by UC Davis- sheep, goats, and hogs only...
High individuals in sheep: 5th Nathaniel Drennan, 4th Brooke Mulhern, 3rd Ashlee Pike, and 2nd Kimber Tavares
High individuals in goats: 5th Kimber Tavares, 4th Spencer Francesconi, and 2nd Irelyn Bese
High individuals in hogs: 4th Vincent Bogetti, 2nd Kilee Carrera-Gillard, and 1st Kimber Tavares
High Individuals in Reasons: 3rd Irelyn Bese and 1st Brooke Mulhern
High Individuals Overall: 4th Irelyn Bese, 3rd Kilee Carrera-Gillard, and 1st Kimber Tavares
(High teams were not announced, but the individual results speak for themselves; MJC beat Fresno and Linn Benton)
Chico Cattle Contest :
Brook Mulhern 1st in reasons
Brooke 1st and Kimber Tavares 7th high individuals overall
Brooke Mulhern won the sweepstakes award for her two-day performance at both contests!
Additional Opportunities
Job Opportunities
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THANK YOU Stanislaus County Farm Bureau for sponsoring and helping our department develop and further our outreach to our community and our students.
Stanislaus County Farm Bureau
1201 L Street
Modesto, CA 95354

MJC Agriculture &
Environmental Sciences

435 College Ave.
Modesto, 95350