THE FFA VISION
Students whose lives are impacted by FFA and agricultural education will achieve academic and personal growth, strengthen American agriculture and provide leadership to build healthy local communities, a strong nation and a sustainable world.

Missouri FFA is 25,920 members strong —and growing! FFA continues to help the next generation rise up to meet the challenges of feeding a growing population by helping its members to develop their own unique talents and explore their interests in a broad range of career pathways through their experiences in agricultural education. Today’s FFA members are future biologists, chemists, veterinarians, engineers and entrepreneurs! Thanks for helping us pave the way to being tomorrow’s leaders.

Preparing for Success in MO FFA

25,375

MO FFA Members

First-ever mini grant program established for food insecurity efforts through 2020 Drive to Feed Kids.

$50,150,067

SAE-Generated Student Labor Income

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FEBRUARY 1
2022 MO Agribusiness Academy Applications Posted
MO State Fair Youth In Agriculture Applications Due

FEBRUARY 11
MO Corn Scholarship Application Due

FEBRUARY 19-26
National FFA Week

APRIL 1
FCS Financial Exploring Ag Video Contest Submission Deadline

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Exploring Ag Video Contest
Sponsored by FCS Financial

Who is Eligible to Participate?

Open to middle school students in public schools in districts served by FCS Financial and enrolled in an Exploring Agriculture course using the Exploring Agriculture Curriculum.

 

Prizes will be awarded to the school district to be used in the student’s classroom or campus.

A $500 cash gift will be awarded for each available topic area.
A topic area includes Exploring Animal Science, Exploring Plant Science, Exploring Food Science, Exploring Natural Resources, Exploring Agribusiness, and Exploring Ag Systems and Technology.

Interested in participating in this year’s video contest?

Review this flyer for more information about eligibility, rules, submission and selection and prize information!

All videos must be submitted by April 1, 2022

2021 Video Contest Winners

Exploring Plant Science Winner – Audrain County R-V1 FFA
Teacher, Stacy French

Exploring Animal Science Winner – Salisbury FFA
Teacher, Breanne Brammer

Exploring Food Science Winner – Elsberry FFA
Teacher, Sarah Ray

Exploring Natural Resources Winner – Elsberry FFA
Teacher, Sarah Ray

Interested in participating in this year’s video contest?

Review this flyer for more information about eligibility, rules, submission and selection, and prize information!

Governor Parson Proclaims National FFA Week in Missouri on Behalf of Nearly 26,000 Agriculture Students

Governor Mike Parson proclaimed February 20-27, 2021, as National FFA Week in Missouri on behalf of nearly 26,000 members of Missouri FFA. Missouri FFA President Justin Eddy of Columbia received the proclamation on behalf of the 2020-2021 Missouri FFA State Officer team.

“Missouri agriculture has a bright future, and you can see that in action through our FFA members,” Governor Parsonsaid. “Living and working on a farm is one of my greatest honors, and the First Lady and I continue to look to these young leaders to move the agriculture industry forward for generations to come.”

For the third year in a row, Governor Parson drove a John Deere tractor to the State Capitol in honor of the FFA tradition of students driving their tractors to school during National FFA Week. Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe also joined in on the tradition again this year with the Governor, demonstrating their ties to agriculture and commitment to FFA students.

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- 27 days ago

State officer Rachel Grimes calls upon her love for Hannah Montana to encourage members to live and learn. Find her latest blog at https://t.co/iRgH2iXzGC. #missouriffa #moffa21 #MoFFANow https://t.co/XiNfHAwSCy
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MO ag careers, ag education opportunities, ag apprenticeship opportunities and more featured in this Missouri Career Pathways webinar! Find it at https://t.co/1WuQwKRxGO. Special thanks to @MOEducation for sharing! #missouriffa #moffa21 #MoFFANow
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