NEOSHO, Mo. — Some middle school students in Neosho had the possibility to study agriculture at this time.
Food and farming classes have been taught, courtesy of Neosho High School FFA students. They spent their day manning quite a lot of studying stations. Those stations included ones that highlighted dairy cattle — beef cattle — and corn and soybean.
“I think it’s really important because at a young age I remember loving to come to these things, because I think that it helped me now be more involved. Because I know more about things, and I think it also introduces a lot of careers to young kids,” stated Kailyn Daniels — Neosho FFA Member.
This occasion is one thing the school’s FFA chapter has executed now for 25 years.