Students Learn About Ag During Fresh From Florida Event (With Gallery)

March 10, 2018

About 700 students learned attended the annual Northview High School FFA “Fresh From Florida” agricultural advocacy program Friday morning at the school in Bratt.

For a photo gallery, click here.

Formerly known as the “Food For America program”, the event gave students¬† a chance to learn about agriculture first hand, up close and personal with farm animals, farm equipment and more to learn how food gets from the farm to their tables. Students were even able to make and enjoy eating their own fresh butter.

The Northview High School FFA “Fresh From Florida” program has been honored as the number one program in the state multiple times, and the chapter was recently name one of the best in the United State by the National FFA Organization.

The Ernest Ward Middle School FFA also participated in the event.

The program was dedicated to Northview graduate Mitchell Singleton, Florida FFA Area 1 vice president.

Pictured top: Checking out a John Deere tractor during the Fresh From Florida agricultural advocacy program Friday morning at Northview High School. Pictured below: Northview FFA President Cody Kite with a future FFA member, students pet a horse and cows, and an educational program. Pictured below: A kid (baby goat) that was born just moments before the photo. photos, click to enlarge.


One Response to “Students Learn About Ag During Fresh From Florida Event (With Gallery)”

  1. Bonnie Exner on March 10th, 2018 12:00 pm


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