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For 95 years, Texas FFA members and supporters have been collecting memories.
Those memories make up our history.

Our association is working on a history project to capture stories and historical data. One that will tell the story of the past century. 

We look forward to continuing this initiative to share the history of the Texas FFA!

If you have any historical information or artifacts pertaining to our organization’s various initiatives, we would love to hear from you!

   


Then and Now      
From the 1952 Area VIII second-place poultry evaluation team to the 2023 Area VIII
second-place poultry evaluation team (Cleburne FFA).
 
From the record books of the 1950’s to today’s digital system. Record keeping has always been
a important aspect of ag education and FFA!
 

From 1928 when the National FFA emblem was adopted by delegates to the first national
convention of the Future Farmers of America to 1989 when the words “vocational agriculture”
were replaced by “agricultural education” to 2013 when a process to update the emblem with a
clear intention of preserving the elements and emotion that the mark has long was held.
 


Your Texas FFA History      

“Photographed is Texas FFA’s 1958 State Champion Sr. Chapter Conducting team from Gilmer
FFA with ag teacher Grover Bishop. Standing directly in front of him is James Duncan, the team
president. Who happens to be my father.

It has been an honor to coach this years state champions in that exact same contest 65 years later
with New Diana FFA.” - Daren Duncan, New Diana FFA
 


   
 
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