Less than 5 percent of Marysville FFA members live on a farm or plan on becoming a farmer in the future.
Most students just love animals, the environment or working with their hands.
The Marysville FFA Chapter is committed to the individual student, providing a path to achievement in premier leadership, personal growth and career success. FFA helps its members to develop their own unique talents and explore their interests in a broad range of agricultural career pathways.
In 2012, Marysville was named the top chapter in Ohio!
You must be enrolled in a Marysville Ag Science course to be a member of the Marysville FFA Chapter.
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1st place at state!
Team members: Aubrey, Caity, and Sydney
Animal behavior & animal welfare education has a responsibility to ensure an educated public and to help prepare students to enter careers in the industry. The purpose of the animal behavior & welfare CDE is to stimulate student interest and to promote education in the basics of understanding animals’ evolutionary biology, their biological needs, and indicators of differing levels of welfare and how to holistically evaluate different facilities, husbandry and management.
2nd place at State!!
The Equine Management CDE is an educational activity designed as a practical method of teaching students current horse evaluation and selection techniques in addition to developing management skills necessary for success in the equine industry.
Jake received third place!