The FFA Emblem Objectives Identify six parts of

The FFA Emblem Objectives  Identify six parts of

The FFA Emblem Objectives Identify six parts of the FFA emblem.

Describe the meaning of each part. Explain the use of the FFA emblem. The cross section of an ear of corn

represents our common interest in agriculture. The eagle... is symbolic

of the national scope of the FFA.

The rising sun... represents

progress in agriculture.

The plow... ...symbolizes labor and tillage of

the soil. The owl... represents

knowledge and wisdom. The words Agricultural Education

surrounding FFA... ...tell us that FFA is an important

part... of an agricultural

education program. The words Agricultural Education

surrounding FFA... ...tell us that FFA is an important

part... of an agricultural

education program. This is our FFA emblem...

wear it with pride!

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