So many young people in agriculture stepped up and helped their communities and took care of their animals during this snowstorm.
Articles by Kacie Hulshof, Associate Editor
Through social media outlets like TikTok, farmers and ranchers can show consumers their day to day life and reach them from anywhere in the world.
Throughout the years, many Super Bowl ads have brought us happiness and laughter. However, these are five Super Bowl ads we wish would have never aired.
This year, FFA members and the organization will celebrate National FFA Week from February 20-27, 2021, and some FFA members will have to do so virtually.
Will Sutton, 5th year FFA advisor from North Carolina, decided to compete on NBC’s The Titan Games and used that opportunity to be advocate for agriculture.
For farmers and ranchers, working the fields and livestock for generations is the goal for most family producers. However, that is easier said than done when considering the limited natural resources that surround the operation. One ranching family, Maddux Cattle Company, reached out to their local Natural Resource Conservation Service office to help create a […]
The National FFA Board of Directors and National FFA Board of Trustees announced the resignation of Mark Poeschl as CEO of the National FFA Organization.
With an estimated net worth of nearly $121 billion, Bill Gates is the largest private owner of farmland, with 242,000 acres of farmland.
Through the Learning by Doing Grant, Pennsylvania FFA Foundation is helping students gain experience by maximizing their opportunity to grow and succeed.
For FFA chapters and members across the country, it is important to set attainable goals at the start of every semester to stay on track.