My SAE consists of 22 head of beef cattle and 20 head of sheep. I also help my parents in the field and put-up hay in the summer.
What motivated you to want to become a Missouri FFA officer?
I wanted to serve as a Missouri State FFA Officer because I want to teach others about all the great opportunities available in the agricultural industry. I also hope to help members find their role in the industry and to be proud of it.
What legacy do you most want to leave with Missouri FFA members during your year of service?
I want to be remembered as a caring person that is for the people and was always there to help them and encourage them.
What are your plans for the future?
I hope to continue to be involved in agriculture as I further my education at Crowder Community College and major in agricultural business. Then, I plan to work in agriculture and continue to share my love for the industry that has given me so much.
What is something unique or interesting that few people know about you?
My hometown is the birthplace of Harry S. Truman.
Advice to FFA Members
Try everything you can because you never know who you will meet or what you will learn.