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What is FFA? Click on the FFA link here
National FFA Organization
Our chapter maintains over 350 members.
FFA members may choose to participate by training for a leadership team~chapter conducting, radio, job interview, public speaking, skills team or try a career development event team such as meats judging, livestock, floriculture, tractor mechanics, horse, or by selecting, feeding, and grooming an animal to present before a livestock judge. They purchase the animal of choice and work everyday preparing for the show. The project requires an enormous amount of commitment and responsibility. It should be considered a family project with the responsibility resting on the FFA member known as the exhibitor. Many important experiences including the aspects of the free enterprise system, time management, self motivation, financial planning and accurate record keeping can be gained from raising an SAE~supervised agriculture experience project. Raising animal projects is not a requirement, but is an excellent way to develop responsibility, a solid character, build on a college fund and have fun along the way, a solid character, build on a college fund and have fun along the way.
 How can
parents or adults help?
Join our Young Farmers/ Adult Support Group  
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If you want to add to the BH 1OO Club pot to cooperatively allow our Young Farmer sales committee to purchase livestock projects at our local shows, click on the link to the left. 

If you want to purchase our
Fresh Country Meats & Sweets Items
see the link to the right.

Join our Booster Club the BH Young Farmers  

IF you want to contribute in other ways financially or physically please email our Advisors

Our Meats & Sweets Information

It's all about our youth!
Support positive youth activities
that encourage and promote growth
that will build productive, community service minded, voting and informed adults. 

Every thing on this earth you eat, drink, find shelter in, wear, or drive is here because it was grown from the
earths soil, water or mined from it.
Agriculture, it's in touch with you daily so teach it's value to our youth. 


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