Transitioning the farm or ranch at retirement is a challenge. The lesson is – have a plan. UNL will host the Returning to the Farm workshop Dec. 9-10 at the Holthus Convention Center in York.
Loup County FFA is enjoying being back in action for this new school year.
A rigorous program of activities at Wallace, Nebraska’s FFA earned them a trip to the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The Pawnee City, Nebraska land judging team competed in the southeast area land judging contest in October. The senior team placed fourth and qualified for the state competition in Scottsbluff.
Auburn FFA students enjoy different events that allow them to grow their knowledge in FFA and agriculture.
Nine members of the Milford FFA chapter headed north in late October to go to Indianapolis for the 95th National FFA Convention.
Athletic sports may seem to be the most popular activities among youth today, but another sport is taking the reins: rodeo.
“The future of agriculture relies on the next generation of producers, innovators, educators and leaders, and these NAYC members have a bright future in ag."
Perkins County FFA is preparing for another year of service and competition, while enjoying traveling with their friends, meeting new people, competing and qualifying to attend state FFA.
Boyd County FFA has restarted an aquaponics project to raise vegetables and fish in our facility.
The Shelton High School senior wants to work as a primary care physician, a position that allows her to directly impact patients of all ages and help improve their lives.
For many, a piece of their childhood died. Ashes are all that remains of the cabins where secrets were shared and trees where children played late into the night.
Singing silly songs around a glowing campfire. Overcoming fears zip lining through a forest of trees. Overlooking the Sandhills from a 50-foot lookout tower.
The Central Valley FFA Chapter is located in rural Greeley, Nebraska. The chapter consists of 65 students; grades 7-12.
The BerMis FFA Chapter in Bertrand, Nebraska was established in 2015 when Bertrand Community School and Loomis Public School co-founded the chapter.
When you are target practicing, you aim for the bullseye. In the 4-H shooting sports program, the main aim is to develop future leaders and instill positive youth development.
The Nebraska Pork Producers Director of Education, Sophia Lentfer has announced that applications are now being accepted for the Larry E. Sitzman Youth in Nebraska Agriculture Scholarship. College students enrolled as full-time undergraduate or graduate students at a fully accredited Nebrask…
Choosing a career path can be difficult and with unlimited occupational options, so it is helpful to receive a little guidance along the way. With that premise in mind, the Nebraska Pork Producers Association (NPPA), under the direction of Education Director Sophia Lentfer, announces a new P…
It’s a joy for FFA high school students in Arapahoe, Nebraska to help grow the next generation of FFA members. At Arapahoe-Holbrook High School in Furnas County, enthusiasm peaks each year when the FFA students hold their FFA Field day for the elementary school students. The event, held in…
Building an FFA chapter from the ground up is no easy feat – and for students in Pleasanton, Nebraska in Buffalo County, it’s been a gift.
Hitchcock FFA is laser-focused on making major agricultural improvements at the local high school in Trenton, Nebraska.
This summer, the Chadron, Nebraska FFA chapter was inducted into the Dawes County Agricultural Hall of Fame.
From the Kearney FFA Facebook Page
Kansas FFA was the first to receive a donation from Farmland Food’s second annual Honoring the Heartland Tour when it visited the Kansas State Fair Sept. 9.