Ag mechanics project

Garcia Middle School sixth-grader Tanner Beard, 11, of Richmond made this gate himself at his parent’s welding shop and entered it in the 2019 Fort Bend County Fair ag mechanics competition. Tanner used a plasma torch to cut out the horse designs and cut the gate to length, welded it together himself then painted the horses black and rails bright red. Last year he entered a medal display rack and won a second-place award. The gate will adorn the front entrance at Whipple Tree Farm. His parents are Loal and Desirae. See other ag mechanic projects in front of the George Pavilion at the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds.

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