Two Iowa Lakes Students won trophies at the state Postsecondary Ag Student Troubleshooting contest held late last month.
Farm Equipment and Diesel Technology program students Cody Adams (Buffalo Center) and Tanner Yakel (Coulter) took first place in the team competition, where they were required to take a written test as well as identify parts, conduct small projects and then troubleshoot equipment.
The National Postsecondary Agricultural Student (PAS) organization is associated with approved postsecondary institutions offering agriculture/agribusiness and natural resources programs. PAS is one of the career and technical student organizations that has been approved by the U. S. Department of Education.
Students from three community colleges in Iowa participated in the state Postsecondary Agriculture Student Troubleshooting contest held in Waterloo.
Students in the Farm Equipment and Diesel Technology program at Iowa Lakes receive an Associate in Applied Science degree upon graduation.
Cody Adams and Tanner Yakel received first place in the team competition for the state Postsecondary Ag Student Troubleshooting Contest.