Otsego FFA’s Battin, Mazey earn American Degree


Coltin Battin and Morgan Mazey became the 69th and 70th American Degree recipients from Otsego FFA
Chapter since 1959. Less than 1 percent of members earn the degree, which is the highest degree a member
can earn.
They received these degrees at the 91st National FFA Convention in Indianapolis.
Battin is the son of Robert and Joan Battin, Grand Rapids. He attends Bowling Green State University,
majoring in construction management. Battin’s supervised agricultural experience projects were raising
market lambs, market goats and meat chickens, and yard and landscaped management.
Battin worked more than 1,300 hours mowing, landscaping, pruning and doing forestry for a local employer.

Mazey is the daughter of Ryan and Sandy Mazey, Weston. She attends the University of Findlay, majoring in
animal science industry. Her supervised agricultural experience projects consisted of raising market
cattle along with her breeding cattle. She raised five market steers and five breeding steers along with
their offspring each year.
Mazey served as the vice president for the Otsego FFA Chapter.

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