Cheyenne Becker, Ethan Fort, Justin Duenke, Emily Hoyt, and Landon Wright recently received the State FFA Degree, the highest degree members can receive at state level. These Audrain County R-6 FFA …
Cheyenne Becker, Ethan Fort, Justin Duenke, Emily Hoyt, and Landon Wright recently received the State FFA Degree, the highest degree members can receive at state level. These Audrain County R-6 FFA members were one of 858 degree recipients receiving the honor during the State FFA Degree Ceremony at the 93rd Missouri FFA Convention.
Awarding of the degree is based on a member’s supervised agricultural experience program in agribusiness or production agriculture and leadership ability as demonstrated through involvement in FFA, school and community activities. The State FFA Degree award charms are sponsored by MFA Inc., Columbia.
“The State FFA Degree is the highest recognition a state can award, representing a select group of members, who have achieved a high-level of success,” said state FFA advisor Leon Busdieker. “On the national level, Missouri has the largest number of American FFA Degree recipients of any state. In October 2020, 505 Missouri FFA members received the American FFA Degree.”
“Show-Me More” was the theme for this year’s Missouri FFA Convention. The Missouri FFA has 25,662 members representing 351 chapters. The national organization has more than 760,000 members representing 8,739 chapters in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.
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