Sweet success began early for Olivia Pflaumer of Zane Trace FFA in Ohio.
Agriscience is a way of life for Amelia Hayden of Big Foot FFA in Wisconsin.
Routine work on her family's swine farm turned into a passion for Kacie Haag of Tri-Point FFA in Illinois.
Courtney Cameron of Lowndes FFA in Georgia cultivates her interest in plant pathology through research.
These FFA members and chapters are headed to national convention to compete on the big stage.
Second-place agriscience winners have embraced their talents and abilities and found success working as a team.
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.
As a student intrigued by science—her favorite school subject—Adrienne Blakey found an interest in plant genetics as a student in the Stillwater FFA Chapter in Stillwater, Okla.
Coming from a strong high school agricultural education program, Katy Vacula of the Big Foot FFA Chapter in Walworth, Wis., has been involved in an array of research projects.
The finalists for these important national awards have been announced ahead of the 91st National FFA Convention & Expo.