Especially for a first-time attendee, the National Farm Machinery Show, which eats up 1.2 million square feet in Louisville, KY, can be a bit overwhelming.
Nearing the end of a long work week in January, Dewey Coffey of Casey County, Kentucky, became trapped in his farm’s grain bin. Rescuers came to his aid.
4-H youth recovers from a severely broken ankle and is able to show her steer to a reserve championship after three surgeries and months of rehab.
Last week, the National Farm Machinery Show took place at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville — the first time the event has been held since the start of the pandemic. The event’s 56th year ushered in an estimated 255,000 attendees over the course of four days, relatively close to the roughly 300,000 people who […]
FFA members will be exploring the halls at the National Farm Machinery Show to see the new developments and advancements in agriculture.
This weekend tornadoes ripped through multiple states resulting in whole communities torn apart, but FFA members are helping to rebuild their community.
Madison Blair was the perfect example of an active member, and those who are shining a light on her legacy are the perfect example of the FFA-mily.