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  • abbr. Business free from alongside
  • abbr. Future Farmers of America

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  • Future Farmers of America


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  • Pettus said she originally "had no clue about horticulture," but said the Future Farmers Association, which is commonly known as FFA, opened many doors for her.

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  • For those who don't know, the FFA is the Future Farmers of America.

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  • House added that students are seeing a big push to participate in community service activities from school organizations, namely FFA, and it's a trend he likes to see. RSS - home

  • The comments are sure to further pique the interest of the FFA, which is determined to get the best available man to take over from Verbeek.

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  • Nick Skaar representing the FFA was a guest at the meeting.

    The Albert Lea Tribune

  • The latest controversy could not come at a worse time for the FFA, which is already under fire over the declining state, on and off the field, of the A-League. | Top Stories

  • Agriscience program director Gary Dan Williams said the competition, dubbed the FFA Construction Shootout, is a way for his students to showcase their skills to the community.

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  • I remember back in high school an organization called the FFA or Future Farmers of America and the membership in that group was up in the 100s of thousands of students in Texas.

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  • The FFA is a huge organization, and the president of the whole Idaho chapter is Blackfoot's first since 1963.


  • If every young person in America belonged to an organization such as FFA or 4-H, just imagine the change in character we would see. - Local News


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