I thought FFA would be fun. I had a sister that was in it. I thought we would learn about the different kinds of animals. I also thought we would learn about othe types of tractors. I thought we would learn about when ag started.
What has been your most challenging FFA experience?
The most challenging part of ffa was cattle id. I thought I was going to get them all wrong but I didn''t. I also thought I would get all the sheep id wrong. I almost got all the sheep id wrong. I thought I was going to get all the tractor id right but I didn''t. The record book is the most challenging FFA experience.
Who has had the greatest impact on your life?
My famlliy had the greatest impact. My friends had a impact on my life. When we got our animals they changed my life too. My oldest sister LeeAnn had a impact on me because she was in ag before I was. When I joined up I had a lot of fun.
If you had a million dollars, what would you do with it?
If I had a million dollars I would buy tractors to fix it up and put in my front yard for show and so people know I love to fix tractors. Ever since I was kid i always wanted to have a big house so that I could fix cars and tractors in a machine shed. I will not have wory about taking a loan out for collge.
What is your favorite thing about ag and FFA so far?
My favorite thing about ag is tractor id. I also liked the live stock. This year I liked to do the seed id. I liked to do the soils because I thought it was easy. The plant id was a little tough but it got easier. I like the Engine parts id because I am really good at it. When we started this id i knew that i was not going to get one wrong until i seen some of them that i did not know.