The process to become a national officer is arduous, with the candidates – each state FFA association can submit one individual member annually – taking part in an extensive interview process with a National FFA Officer Nominating Committee. The committee is comprised of students who interview and select the National FFA Officers during each National FFA Convention & Expo.
It takes a highly motivated person to become a successful National FFA Officer—an opportunity afforded to few members. Becoming a national officer requires members to learn about their passions and gain a better understanding of what life as a national officer is like. The life of a national officer is nonstop hard work and never-ending commitments, but it is a life-changing experience—one they will cherish forever.
All candidates will be introduced during the Fourth General Session on Friday, Nov. 1. The 2019-20 National FFA Officer Team will be selected during the Eighth General Session of convention on Saturday, Nov. 2.
The Agricultural Land Management Quarterly webinar series will offer management advice and insight for Nebraska landowners, agricultural producers and others with an interest in agricultural land. Episodes will address landlord-tenant communication, lease decision-making issues and[...]
CROP SCOUTING TECHNOLOGIES. In this course, we will discuss multiple technologies used to increase efficiency of in-season crop management. We will include the use of sensors to improve water and nitrogen management, pest management tools,[...]
Kim Clark, NE Dairy Extension Educator, reminds dairy producers that the UNL Dairy team is hosting an “Increasing Profitability Webinar Series” the first three Tuesday’s in November at 12:00 noon CT.November 5: Lameness and Profitability[...]
Farmers and Ranchers are invited to attend a FREE clinic. The clinics are one-on-one, confidential farm finance and ag law consultations being conducted across the state each month. An experienced ag law attorney and ag[...]
Iowa Learning Farms will host a webinar on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 12 p.m. about the research being done at Iowa State University on grazing cover crops. Cover crops provide many benefits ranging from reducing[...]