Dalton Knobloch is a senior at West Bend-Mallard High School and the son of Denton and Rose Knobloch of West Bend. He is president of the Hawkeye FFA Chapter.
1.) Why FFA?:
I am involved in FFA because it's a great organization and it's like a big family. I also want to keep our chapter going and have fun. The things I have learned will help me in life.
2.) FFA project:
My SAE project includes ag production projects like growing corn and soybeans and I have some livestock. These are all things that will help me and I enjoy.
3.) I've learned:
I have learned a lot about ag, including soils. I have gained leadership skills and how to be a better leader and to help people.
4.) Career path:
I plan on going back to the farm and farming with my dad. FFA has given me more ag knowledge and communication skills to work with people.
5.) College plans:
I currently do not plan on going on to college. I may go to Iowa Lakes Community College and take some ag classes, but I haven't decided.
6.) FFA activities:
COLT-officer leadership training, 360 Leadership Conference, farm business management contest, state FFA convention, district and state soil judging contest, local activities like chili-oyster supper, fruit sales, landscaping projects, Farmer Fred activities with the preschoolers, National FFA Week activities with elementary students.
ing at the county fair, help with SWCD tree day, member service auction, Back to School BBQ, test plot committee, and Davis Dairy Days helper.