FFA New Horizons, a magazine for FFA members, their families, and supporters, reflects the activities and events in the agricultural industry. Starting in 1952 as The National Future Farmer, this magazine documents the growth and expansion of the industry beyond farming to include sales, marketing, and research.
All FFA members receive four issues of FFA New Horizons annually. With entertaining and informative feature articles on everything from famous athletes and career spotlights to important FFA news, our award-winning magazine is a great resource for FFA members.
The magazine is mailed to more than 649,000 FFA members, agricultural educators, lifetime FFA Alumni and supporters of FFA. Every issue is filled with information about agriculture, career possibilities, chapter and individual accomplishments and news on FFA.
FFA New Horizons (ISSN 1069-806X) is published quarterly by the National FFA Organization, 6060 FFA Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46268-0960. Publisher assumes no responsibility for return of unsolicited manuscripts, art or any other unsolicited materials. For subscription information email FFA New Horizons Subscription Services at newhorizons@FFA.org. Periodical postage rate is paid at Indianapolis, Ind., and additional mail offices.
Postmaster: Please send address changes to FFA New Horizons, P.O. Box 68960, Indianapolis, IN 46268-0960.
FFA New Horizons Archive
An archive of FFA New Horizons is available online as hosted by the Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis University Library Ruth Lilly Special Collections & Archives. Online access to this archive was made possible through the generosity of Jack Pitzer and the National FFA Foundation.
FFA Mission Statement
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
The Agricultural Education Mission
Agricultural education prepares students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resource systems.
The National FFA Organization affirms its belief in the value of all human beings and seeks diversity in its membership, leadership and staff as an equal opportunity employer.
U.S. Department of Education Statement
The National FFA Organization is a resource and support organization that does not select, control or supervise state association, local chapter or individual member activities. Educational materials are developed by FFA in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Education as a service to state and local agricultural education agencies.