The results are in! In case you missed it, Missouri FFA went virtual to announce this year’s state proficiency award winners, state degree recipients and star finalists as well as the National Chapter Awards program. You can catch up on all of the winners and hear Brenden Kleiboeker’s final thoughts as State FFA President online at https://missouriffa.org/2020-convention/
Following in the footsteps of her dad and older brother, Janet Adkison hit the ground running the moment she put on her first blue corduroy jacket. Having grown up on a beef cattle farm in Houston, Missouri, Adkison had a deeply rooted passion for agriculture she was ready to expand upon in FFA.
“I tried to be involved in as much as I could in FFA,” she said. “I have to attribute that to my family because they encouraged me and also helped me to do so.”
Ozarks technical community college agriculture program is growing, everchanging
At a time when the agricultural industry is constantly growing, shifting and innovating, schools offering degrees in agriculture must do the same. The Richwood Valley Campus and Agricultural Training Center are allowing the Ozark Technical Community College’s (OTC) agriculture program to do just that.