The National FFA Organization (FFA) announced recently that Meghan Bruns and Amanda Seger of Fort Loramie, OH were selected to receive Career Pathways grants in the amount of $1,000 to initiate or improve their career development experience known as a Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE). To be eligible, the student must be in grades 7-11, have an SAE and be a member of FFA. Seger and Bruns are members of the Fort Loramie FFA Chapter and were selected from hundreds of applicants nationwide.
Bruns’s grant for an Animal Systems SAE and Seger’s grant for a Direct Specialty Crop SAE is a special project of the National FFA Foundation. With the money received from the Animal Systems grant Bruns plans to further her SAE in Swine Production. Currently her SAE includes raising and showing pigs at National, State, and local shows. Meghan’s future plans are to expand the quality and number of the show pigs to continue to raise swine and expanding her SAE.… Continue readingRead More »