Today FFA and agriculture education are cultivating the next generation of agriculture leaders through a commitment to hands on learning, personal growth and living a life of service. Sorry PETA, nothing about that seems “lame” to me.Continue reading
An FFA chapter at Noble High School in Oklahoma hosts a livestock show each year for special needs students.
The FFA members pair up with the show participants to teach them how to care for their animals, fit/prepare them for a show and then help them exhibit the animals in a show.
Without FFA, my life would be completely different. It was through FFA that I learned how to be a part of something bigger than myself, to stick up for agriculture and make life long friendships. I even met my fiance … Continue reading
It’s only been 3 years since I hung up my FFA jacket but it seems like a lifetime since I’ve felt the familiar hug of that national blue corduroy. This week makes me miss my FFA days even more because … Continue reading