Brant Weir, bristow ffa
Brant Weir is a senior at Bristow High School. He has been a member of the OKJSA for 4 years. After graduation he plans on attending Tulsa TechnologyCenter to study Aircraft Mechanics. In his free time, he likes long walks in the barn and serenading beautiful girls with his guitar.
Corinna Fittje, cushing ffa
Hello, I’m Corinna Fittje. I am a Junior at Cushing High School. I’m very active in my school and community. I’m a wrestling Matmaid, I’m also a member of the National Honors Society, Student Council, and of Course the FFA! My love for agriculture and anything to do with it is unexplainable! I breed, raise, and show goats! I have done that for 6 years now, and I have recently had a strong interest in swine! This will be my third year showing swine! I am very proud to be apart of the OKJSA junior board, and I can not wait to see what this year brings us and everybody associated with us!
Collin young, sand springs ffa
Hello my name is Collin Young, I will be beginning my sophomore year this August as chapter treasurer of Sand Springs. I have shown swine for the last 3 years as it has been a family tradition and bonding experience that is unrivaled, along with raising an abundance of other animals back home. This will be my first year being a part of the junior board, however my second season showing in the circuit. I had a phenomenal experience previously and can only hope to recreate and build upon to greaten that experience for others in this fantastic association.
garrett todd, porter ffa
Hello, my name is Garrett Todd, I am seventeen years old and a Junior at Porter Consolidated Schools. When I am not playing football; I am showing hogs. Both of these sports endure a lot of time and hard work, but "nothing worth while comes easily." My future plans include livestock. I plan to go to Connor's State College and there start my life long career in livestock judging etc. I am looking forward to being a part of the OKJSA Junior Board this Fall. I believe it will be a fun opportunity to meet new friends and hang out with some old ones. I hope to be a positive role model for the younger generation and show them that hard work and determination pays off!
Jaden brunnemer, cushing ffa
My name is Jaden Brunnemer. I am currently a Junior at Cushing High School. I am very active in my FFA chapter, currently serving as the Chapter Reporter. I am also involved in my church group, National Honor Society, Tomorrow's Leaders program, and Student Council. I will be attending the cosmetology program at Central Tech this fall. I am responsible for maintaining the social media accounts for my family's breeding company, 405 Genetics. I have served on the OKJSA Junior Board for 3 years now and I absolutely love this organization and everything it has to offer. I love the swine show industry so much! It has taught me about hard work and dedication. I will be forever grateful for the OKJSA, and the swine show industry because of all the life and leadership lessons it has taught me. Good luck to everyone on a successful show season.
Josie doshier, woodland ffa
Hello, everyone! My name is Josie Doshier and I am excited to be a member of the OKJSA Junior Board this year! I am a freshman at Woodland High School, participating in softball, FFA, and 4-H. I attend the Assembly of God Church in Fairfax, where our black-light puppetry group has placed in the top two at the National Fine Arts competition for the last four years. I have been showing pigs since I was five years old. Showing pigs is my passion. I love meeting new people, making memories, and competing. I would like to invite everyone to our OKJSA shows this season.
Josie Hayes, Miami ffa
I am Josie Hayes and I am currently a 9th grade student at Miami High School. I am 14 years old and live in Miami, OK. I am member of Miami FFA, National Honor Society, and Honor Choir. I am also a member of First Christian Church in Miami, OK. My love for livestock came early in life when I first started showing at age 5. I love showing pigs and lambs. I am looking forward to serving on the OKSJA board this year and hope to gain leadership skills and improve on my showmanship skills.
kate buckmaster, porter 4-H
My name is Kate Buckmaster, I am 16, and a junior. I have been homeschooled all my life. I started showing 6 years ago and have fallen in love with it. I help my little siblings in learning to show, and have a passion for guiding and teaching younger kids. Besides the OKJSA, I am active in my church, the children’s Sunday School teacher, and also a twice monthly volunteer at the Gospel Rescue Mission in Muskogee. I look forward to this show season and helping with the OKJSA swine shows.
kinzee todd, porter ffa
Hello, my name is Kinzee Todd, I am fourteen years old and currently a freshman at Porter Consolidated Schools in Porter, Oklahoma. My hobbies include softball, soccer, meat judging, cattle grading, and livestock judging. My biggest passion is the swine industry. The opportunities it has provided throughout the years has been nothing but positive life experiences for myself. I believe, being an active Junior Board member in the OKJSA circuit this upcoming fall will only broaden my horizons further in the swine industry. I'm so excited and privileged to be a part of such a great association that is geared toward the greater good of our youth. During my time on the board, my attitude and actions will provide nothing but positive vibes toward others and my passion for pig showing. I want others to love it as much as I do.
Madison Rickner, haskell ffa
Hello! I’m Madison Rickner, a Sophomore at Haskell High School. I am very active within my school and community. I have been a member of Muskogee County 4-H and am currently a member of the Haskell FFA Chapter, where I am a leadership and livestock judging team member. I have been raised around agriculture production all my life with my family owning a dairy farm. I have taken a strong interest in the swine industry and currently breed, raise and show some of my own animals. There is no greater accomplishment than to do well with an animal you bred and raised yourself. I am proud to be a member of the OKJSA junior board and look forward to the future with this awesome organization.
montana britt, sand springs ffa
My name is Montana Britt. I am currently going in to the 10th grade at Sand Springs. I am also the reporter in my FFA chapter. I have shown swine for the past five years and it has became my passion. This is also my second year on the OKJSA Junior Board and I am very excited to see what this year has in store! Good luck to all of you and hope you have a great time!
Rylie Jantzen, ringwood ffa
Hi current and future OKJSA members! My name is Rylie Jantzen. I am 14 years old and a Freshman at Ringwood High School in Northwest Oklahoma. I have been a member of the OKJSA for the past 4 years and been showing pigs since I was 9 years old. I have been blessed to have been very successful in the show ring on the local, county, state, and national levels, which includes many showmanship awards, grand champions, champions and sale qualifying barrows and gilts. I, along with my sister Kenslie, have started a show pig business with many of our former show gilts. This fall we expect to have several litters of crossbreds, purebred hamps, yorks and spots. In the future, I hope to attend OSU to become a veterinarian and continue my show pig business.
seneca poulton, morrison ffa
Hello fellow Swine Enthusiast! I’m Seneca, A Morrison Wildcat from the class of 2020! I have a strong passion for market swine, which led me to OKJSA.In addition to the pork industry, I also livestock judge, play basketball, run track, participate in BPA, FFA, NHD, prom committee and am active in church. In the upcoming season I would like to be a smiling face welcoming everyone to our organization. I look forward to meeting many of you for the first time. I would also like to extend my gratitude in wishing each exhibiting family best of luck this year!
seth jackson, bethel ffa
I’m Seth Jackson. A senior at Bethel High School in Shawnee. As a past board member I hope to see just as much excitement and membership if not more. In my community I am heavily involved in the FFA and Athletics. My plans after high school is to go to Oklahoma State and major in Agricultural Education with a duel in Animal Science. I hope to implement what I have learned into someone else that is sharing the same passion.
will jones, skiatook ffa
Will Jones is a junior at Skiatook High School this year where he is part of the FFA officer team. He started showing pigs with 4-H as a 7th grader after moving to Skiatook from Oklahoma City. With the intention of going in to livestock management in the future he also raises goats and cattle. Will has enjoyed showing with the OKJSA and looks forward to learning more about it and being a part of the actual process of making the shows happen.