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


MO FFA Members

Missouri ranks Eighth in National Membership


SAE-Generated Student Labor Income

Proud to Support MO FFA
Ozarks Technical Community College
Jan 9-13
Greenhand Motivational Conferences

Jan 12
National FFA Scholarship Application Due

Jan 21
Public Speaking Institute, Columbia

Jan 27
Ag Communications Practice Contest, MSU, Springfield

Feb 1
MO Agribusiness Academy Application Due
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Feb 1
MSF Youth in Agriculture Application Due

Feb 10
Crowder College Vet Science CDE, Neosho

Feb 15
Legislative Day

Feb 21
National Farmers Scholarship Application Due
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Feb 22
Drive Your Tractor to Work Day with Governor Parson

Feb 23
MBIC MCA Fantasy Feedout Draft Day
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Feb 21-22
Missouri Pork Expo, Osage Beach

Feb 24-26
Western Farm Show, Kansas City

Feb 28
NWMSU School of Agricultural Sciences Visit Day, Maryville

Feb 28
New Bloomfield LDE

Mar 24
Tipton CDE

April 15
El Dorado Springs Top Crop CDE/LDE

Missouri FFA Foundation

Living To Serve Mini-Grants
Now Available! Due Dec. 16

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Learn and Live with Purpose

Give with Passion

Grow the Legacy

Learn more about how our new Foundation will work to enrich the Missouri FFA experience.


Digital Magazine

The December Issue is Now Available. Check it Out!
Exploring Ag Video Contest
Sponsored by FCS Financial

2022 Video Contest Winners

Exploring Natural Resources Winner – Salisbury FFA
Teacher, Breanne Harmon

Exploring Agribusiness Winner – Salisbury FFA
Teacher, Breanne Harmon

Exploring Food Science Winner – Salisbury FFA
Teacher, Breanne Harmon

Exploring Ag Systems & Technology 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!

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Wright city FFA, 
Thank you for inviting me to your January meeting! I had lots of fun getting to know you all. We talked about taking ahold of the time and opportunities we have in the jacket and throughout high school! You all have hearts and minds of gold and I can’t wait to see all you accomplish! 
Best wishes, 
Allison Schneider 
MO FFA State Vice President
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This past Wednesday, I spent my day with the La Monte FFA Chapter! Throughout our time together, we focused on opportunities through FFA, how to step out of our comfort zone and who an FFA member truly is. I had such a great time with these members and am grateful for our time together! The future of agriculture is bright! 

Morgan Watkins 
State Vice President 
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This past Tuesday, two of your state vice presidents had the privilege to represent the Missouri FFA Association at the annual Missouri Council of Career and Technical Administrators (MCCTA) Conference in Jefferson City. Cooper and Morgan were a part of a panel and spoke with CTSO program directors in regards to Legislative Day and how to get involved. What a wonderful opportunity it was it represent our organization and all of its efforts to connect our state officials with the future of agriculture. 
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A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of visiting the Pettis Co. R-V FFA Chapter! We spent the class period together exploring  ways to overcome obstacles we may face when stepping outside of our comfort zone. I had a blast visiting and cannot wait to see all of the amazing things these members are continuing to accomplish! 
Morgan Watkins 
22-23 State Vice President 
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Yesterday, I had the chance to visit the Galena FFA Chapter. The Ag 1 classes discovered ways on how they can spread kindness and respect everyone, regardless of their true character. Thank you, Mrs. Kauffman and Galena FFA, for allowing me the chance to visit! I had a great time visiting!

Jacob King
Missouri FFA State Vice-President

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I had an amazing visit yesterday at the Marionville FFA Chapter. The Ag 1 classes and I talked about what it means to value our personalities and how we can value everyone elses personalities. Also, the chapter officers and I had a great Q and A session about FFA opportunities and opportunities after high school we can take advantage of. Thank you, Mr. Leiby and Marionville FFA, for hosting this visit!

Jacob King
Missouri State Vice-President

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- 5 days ago

@LtGovMikeKehoe: The future of Missouri agriculture is in good hands with our state’s many @MissouriFFA leaders. I enjoyed visiting with this group of @troyffa students in the senate chamber this week with Sen. @travisfitzwater and Rep. @doylejustus.
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- 224 days ago

@MoAgriculture: MDA has partnered with @MUExtension and @FCSFinancial to host succession planning workshops this summer. The workshops will help answer questions while providing a roadmap for preparing a plan that works for your operation. Learn more and register 👉
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