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Even in a pandemic, agricultural education and FFA continued to grow during the challenging year of 2020. Kansas FFA is chartering eight new chapters across the state, and membership is near an all-time high.

"Many of us are worried that if the weather does turn cold suddenly (because this is Kansas and that happens at the drop of a hat) if the calves are very young and the weather is very cold, we could lose many of our calves."

"Maybe the goal is to leave the land in better shape than when you got it. Make it more productive and healthier for the next generation.”

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