Amy Marquette- Buffalo, MN

FFA Featured Face – Amy Marquette

November 18, 2014
Amy is a talented bassoonist in the Minnesota State FFA Band, captain of her chapter’s poultry judging team, and raises and markets Texel sheep. Amy plans to pursue a career in veterinary technology.... Read more »

FFA Featured Face- Andrew Streff

November 18, 2014
Raised on a corn and soybean farm, Andrew has always been interested in crop production. He competes on his chapter’s land judging team,where he puts his firsthand experience to good use.... Read more »
Mason Sinda- Franksville, WI

FFA Featured Face – Mason Sinda

November 18, 2014
Mason grew up on an 80-acre farm, where he raises Angus steers and Hampshire swine. Mason was also chosen as a delegate for the Citizen Washington Focus trip to Washington, D.C.... Read more »
Scotty Kent

FFA Featured Face – Scotty Kent

November 18, 2014
A scholar athlete and farm manager, Scotty has served as both chapter reporter and treasurer. Scotty balances his responsibilities by feeding the chickens after football practice every day in the summer.... Read more »
William Wade and his hydroponic lettuce

From to School to Your Table

November 18, 2014
Last year, FFA member William Wade consulted his FFA advisor to help him find the perfect way to give back to his school. He came up with several ideas but kept coming back to one – growing produce for the cafeteria. At first, the school’s small greenhouse and acreage seemed to be a challenge, but William... Read more »... Read more »
Noelle Goodson, Anthem Contest

Being Heard

August 30, 2014
When Noelle Goodson was invited to sing the national anthem at the state boys’ basketball championship game at The Ohio State University, she never dreamed it would take her to a professional recording studio. It was Noelle’s FFA advisor who suggested she enter the state championship performance into the FMC Stand & Be Heard Anthem... Read more »... Read more »

Master Communicators

August 30, 2014
  Don’t let the name fool you. Agricultural communications is not pursuing a career as a horse whisperer or swapping stories with an ear of corn. “Agricultural communications is a two-way process that reaches audiences both in and out of the food, fiber, natural resource and energy fields,” says Dr. Leslie Edgar, associate professor of... Read more »... Read more »
86th Annual FFA Convention and Expo

Will You Go All Out?

August 30, 2014
In less than two months, more than 60,000 FFA members, advisors, alumni and supporters will race to Louisville, Ky., to attend one of the largest student gatherings in the country – the 87th National FFA Convention & Expo. Packed with speakers, awards, workshops, entertainment and more, the event kicks off on Wednesday, Oct. 29 and... Read more »... Read more »
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