What a fantstic group of kids! We had the priviledge of being a tour stop for the Missouri Agribusiness Academy class of 2016! #MAbA2016
Since 1988, the Missouri Agribusiness Academy has awarded more than 800 academy memberships through a competitive application and interview process. To be eligible for the Agribusiness Academy, students must come from a farming family or be an active member of the National FFA Organization or 4-H. The 2016 Academy will tour agribusinesses, explore educational opportunities and meet with agricultural leaders in the Springfield area June 6 – 10. The students will end their week with a graduation ceremony at the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City.
Agriculture has a tremendous impact on our nation’s economy, and Missouri is at the heart of this industry. It is important that young people carry on the tradition and heritage of those who have made this state the agricultural leader it is today. (Source: MO Department of Agriculture)
*One of our own, Aubrey, was a member of the 2009 MAba class.
3/12/2022 01:07:33 pm
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4/27/2022 01:57:35 pm
Thirty high school sophomores were recently selected to participate in the Missouri Department of Agriculture's Missouri Agribusiness Academy. I truly appreciate your great post!
3/18/2023 12:47:47 pm
The Missouri Agribusiness Academy allows some of Missouri’s brightest students to gather and collaborate, said Director of Agriculture Chris Chinn. This program presents high school students the opportunity to learn alongside those with a similar passion for agriculture. I’m so thankful for your helpful post!
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