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Brie Walker

By Staff | Mar 21, 2014

1.) Why FFA?:

The biggest contributing factor is my father, who was an active FFA member and officer while he was in high school. Being surrounded by agriculture and joining 4-H also swayed my decision to be a part of FFA.

2.) FFA project:

My current projects are a bottle lamb, working in a hog confinement for my dad and uncle, and various jobs and chores around the farm.

3.) I’ve learned:

FFA has taught me to talk in front of people. Many of my peers continue to struggle with public speaking, but thanks to all the practice I’ve had over the course of my FFA career, I no longer have a fear of talking in front of a crowd.

4.) Career path:

I don’t know what exactly it is I want to do for the rest of my life, but I am certain it’s something in the agriculture industry.

5.) College plans:

If by graduation I know what I want to pursue, then I plan to go straight to Iowa State University. Until then I’ll attend DMACC for my general education classes.

6.) FFA activities:

Greenhand fire up

Sub-District and District Conduct of meetings CDE

85th National FFA Convention and Expo; Indianapolis, Indiana

86th National Convention and Expo; Louisville, Ken.

District Soils

COLT Conference

2013 officer retreat to Okoboji

National Barrow Show (x2)

Beef Expo(x2)

Sioux Empire Livestock Judging

Pork Congress

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