Illinois quadruplets and their father received their American FFA Degrees.
This 2018 national FFA proficiency finalist shows the exotic side of agriculture. There are many FFA members who can say they grew up with livestock, whether it’s cattle or pigs, sheep or chickens. Not many can say they cared for llamas and peacocks in their childhood, however. One of this year’s Specialty Animal Production Proficiency Award finalists grew up with these exotic animals and incorporated them into her FFA experience. Cassidy Hacker of the Sleepy Eye FFA Chapter in Minnesota said her father started the family’s llama operation when he bought a pair for her mother. When Hacker was 3 years old, [...]
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos toured the FFA convention and expo, talking with members and interacting with agricultural and educational companies.
Like a good bread recipe or a cowboy tall tale, farming is a tradition Austin Stanton’s family has passed through generations.
Not many teenagers have an ethanol producing facility in their basement, but for Eric Koelmoos, a student from the South O'Brien FFA Chapter in Paullina, Iowa, it was all part of his supervised agricultural experience (SAE).
For Colin Wegner, family is the big motivator behind his career in agriculture.
For Ben Curtin of the Taylorville FFA Chapter in Illinois, a crossroads of art and agriculture exists in his metalworking business.
Find out which FFA chapters won these five National Chapter Awards!
The National FFA Officer Team reflect on their last days of national office.
Celebration includes time capsule and $75,000 donation to Living to Serve grants