yeah if you dont know what FFA is, it's Future farmers of america. Its the biggest school organazation in the united states by far, but if you grew up in a big city you probably werent in it.
i was just curious becuase next week is the (idaho) state convention. If you havnt been in FFA its kinda hard to explain the competeitions, but last year i was on a team that competeted in a event called Dairy Foods. the competition involved the proper identification of 10 cheeses by taste, the identification of 10 different defects in milk, and a writen test on dairy food knowledge. My team was first in district and the state so we moved on to compete on the national level. We took 12th, Ohio's team was first and californias was 2nd.
but yeah next week i go compete in a total different competition based off plant ID
what stuff did you guys do in the FFA?