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We are excited to introduce this year’s Coshocton, Knox, Licking, Morgan, Muskingum, Perry, and Washington County Farm Bureau’s summer intern Shaeley Warner. This fall, Shaeley will be a sophomore at The Ohio State University ATI, studying animal science with a specialization in beef with a minor in agribusiness.
Shaeley resides in Licking County and is the daughter of Brad and Diana Warner. Shaeley is a graduate of Utica High School, where she was and continues to be very active within the Utica FFA Chapter. She served as the president for one year and secretary for two years. She was active within National Honor Society, where she served as the vice president. Shaeley was also actively involved within Spanish Club and Prom Committee.
Outside of school, Shaeley was a member of the Purity Livestock 4-H Club, being president for 6 years. Through 4-H she also served four years as a 4-H camp counselor and served as a facilitator of the CARTEENS program. Through 4-H she showed market hogs, dairy feeders and breeding beef heifers. Shaeley owns and operates 30 head of purebred Simmental cattle and crossbred Angus cattle. Shaeley also owns and operates a custom livestock eartag business, Shaeley’s Custom Tags. She also helps out on her family farm, where they raise corn, soybeans, and hay.
Shaeley has had many successes throughout her high school career, especially within 4-H and FFA. Most recently, Shaeley was selected as an FFA Star Farmer finalist. She also recently placed 2nd in the state for her beef entrepreneurship proficiency.
We are looking forward to working with Shaeley both in the office and at events this summer!
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