Resist the temptation

September 04, 2020

That “extra” day can feel like just what you need to Get All The Things Done. But if there was ever a year that you needed to give yourself permission to be “off”, this is it. 

This year is going to be more of a haul than usual and you are going...

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Growing A Nation Video

August 30, 2020

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Updated Commodities

Updated Commodities

August 10, 2020

Information about agricultural commodities by state, periodically updated.

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Challenging Your Officers During Challenging Times

May 01, 2020

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The Best School Assembly Happens In The Ag Shop

The Best School Assembly Happens In The Ag Shop

December 04, 2019

Taking apart a small engine isn't just the puzzle factor. It's also understanding why each part is important to the engine function and what would happen if that piece was left off. Trial and error along with discovery are the best teachers when it comes to engine assembly. You'll be amazed how much your students will learn if you let them get frustrated but push them to keep moving forward.

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A Different Way to Remember Species for Plant and Animal Identification

A Different Way to Remember Species for Plant and Animal Identification

November 28, 2019

Wildlife Management - Species of any plant or animal is hard for students to absorb on a good day, so you might as well make it as interesting as you can. Colquitt County FFA created sets of Fish ID cards to use when playing what else?....Go fish. 

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7 Activities For Whitetailed Deer, Deer Optional

7 Activities For Whitetailed Deer, Deer Optional

November 27, 2019

If you've taught Ag for any period of time you certainly are over deer season long before your students are finished talking about it. Instead of fighting that paleo wave of outdoormanship focus some of your time to wildlife management to make your students better and safer hunters.

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Build Your Own Deer Antlers

Build Your Own Deer Antlers

November 25, 2019

When you don't have deer antlers to measure for Boone and Crockett you can make your own antlers. Loris FFA broke out the materials and set to work and see who could make the best rack. 

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Livestock Management Activity for Non-Animal Chapters

Livestock Management Activity for Non-Animal Chapters

November 23, 2019

Livestock Management - when you don't have livestock available for class activities then you do it yourself. Colquitt County FFA pulled out the masking tape and measured out the dimensions of various livestock species as a part of their livestock measurement class. 

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Ag Mechanics Is More Than Just Power Tools

Ag Mechanics Is More Than Just Power Tools

November 22, 2019

Ag Mechanics Woodworking doesn't have to be all duck boxes, step stools, and coat racks. Commerce Middle FFA went with the seasonal theme and allow their students to get creative with a simple board design

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Let Minions Do Your Work For You During FFA Week

Let Minions Do Your Work For You During FFA Week

November 21, 2019

Advisors are always looking for a great way to promote FFA week with their members and students at school. It's always great when you have minions to do the work for you. 

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Desktop Hydroponic System Class Activity

Desktop Hydroponic System Class Activity

November 20, 2019

You don't always need a fancy hydroponic system for your class to learn. Sometimes they can just make their own. Ledford FFA students learned the basic principles of hydroponic growth and then applied their knowledge by making their own units. 

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