FFA: Growing opportunity

HackThis is National FFA Week, Kayla Hack is Wisconsin State FFA president this year and like so many members, she did not grow up on a farm. She was first exposed to the organization in junior high and it built from there. She says while production agriculture remains a very important part of the program, agri-science is the area that appeals to so many non-farm students. “By 2020, we are going to have to fill over 132,000 jobs in the agriculture industry,” says Hack and that is what the program is built to do.

AUDIO: Hack talks about the opportunities 14:00 mp3

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